Translation of endow in Spanish:

endow

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈdaʊ/

vt

  • 1.1 (provide) (usu pass) endowed with sth dotado de algo a very well endowed girl/boy [colloq & hum] una chica muy bien dotada/un chico muy bien dotado [fam & hum]
    More example sentences
    • Love is part of the nature of God, and humans were endowed with the ability to love as part of being ‘created in His image’.
    • It has been endowed with a mystic quality.
    • Actually, the larvae of most coral reef fishes are endowed with good swimming abilities, good sensory systems, and sophisticated behavior that is quite flexible.
    1.2 (provide income for) [college/school/hospital] dotar (de fondos) a

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