Translation of blessing in Spanish:

blessing

Pronunciation: /ˈblesɪŋ/

n

  • 1 1.1 (benediction) bendición (feminine) 1.2 (approval) aprobación (f), consentimiento (m) the project has the board's blessing el proyecto cuenta con la aprobación de la junta
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    • John Paul is one of the Woodfield area candidates taking part in the mayoral event and he will give his blessings to all who support this venture.
    • Jones said although her bandmates at Request were sad to see her go, they gave her their blessings and support.
    • If you're still sure that you want to make this travel, you'll have all my support and my blessings.
    1.3 (of marriage) bendición (f); (of bread, wine) consagración (f)
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    • Gamaliel defined no more than the beginnings and ends of blessings, leaving the prayer leader or individual worshipper to improvise on the set theme.
    • God, Allah, the Buddha, or Shiva requires you to offer a sacrifice, a prayer or a blessing.
    • It seems as though all those doubts and worries had been transformed into prayers and blessings, which had then been abundantly answered.
  • 2 (fortunate thing) bendición (feminine) (del cielo) a blessing in disguise don't cry, this may turn out to be a blessing in disguise no llores, puede que todo sea para bien or no llores, mira que no hay mal que por bien no venga to be a mixed blessing tener* sus pros y sus contras you should count your blessings deberías dar gracias por lo que tienes
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    • I DO agree with Roger Perry that we live in a beautiful world and that we have many blessings to be grateful for.
    • He and Ronny spoke many times about their desire for people everywhere to have the benefit and the blessings of freedom.
    • But the warmth is a blessing and a boon for aching backs after a day of off-road trials.

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