Translation of indulgent in Spanish:

indulgent

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈdʌldʒənt/

adj

  • [person/attitude/smile] indulgente to be indulgent toward owith sb ser* indulgente con algn you shouldn't be so indulgent with them no deberías consentirlos tanto or ser tan indulgente con ellos
    More example sentences
    • The personality is trusting and trustworthy, indulgent and generous to itself and others.
    • Our parents were usually indulgent, and confident about themselves.
    • Yes, indulgent parents, there is now such a thing as ‘pampered child syndrome’.

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