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mensch
American English: /mɛn(t)ʃ/
British English: /mɛnʃ/

Translation of mensch in Spanish:

noun

  • (American English)
    persona (feminine) de bien
    Example sentences
    • If nothing else, I want to go out, I want to die like a man, like a mensch, like a good person.
    • Schultze also asks a provocative question, ‘Why do we talk about Internet geeks, hackers, and spammers but never about Internet mensches or saints?’
    • Julie, you were a true mensch, the living proof of how one life touches another and another and another until, to paraphrase the Talmud, you have touched the world.

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