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compassionate
American English: /kəmˈpæʃənət/
British English: /kəmˈpaʃ(ə)nət/

Translation of compassionate in Spanish:

adjective

  • compassionate leave/discharge (British English)
    permiso (masculine) /baja (feminine) por motivos familiares
    Example sentences
    • One of the lessons she tried to teach her son is to be compassionate and have a warm heart.
    • I still have trouble understanding how you can be too tolerant or too compassionate.
    • He is the kindest, most compassionate, humble and gentle soul I have ever met.

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