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2 Translation results for gift in Spanish

noun | verb

gift noun

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gifts
don, talento, dotes; regalo, obsequio

Example sentences of
gift noun

  • The money was a gift, not a loan.
  • We gave him a birthday gift.
  • She considers her voice a God-given gift.

Synonyms of
gift noun

Detailed synonyms for gift noun

Gift, aptitude, bent, talent, genius, knack significan una habilidad especial o una rara capacidad de hacer algo.
  • Gift suele indicar un favor especial de Dios, la naturaleza o el destino <they began noticing her outstanding musical gifts when she was a child>.
  • Aptitude indica tanto una capacidad innata como una preferencia natural para una actividad determinada <his natural mechanical aptitude>.
  • Bent es casi igual a aptitude pero tiende a recalcar inclinación más que habilidad <a family with an artistic bent>.
  • Talent connota una habilidad natural marcada que requiere de desarrollo <developing his playwriting talent>.
  • Genius connota una impresionante habilidad innata de crear, y con frecuencia connota asimismo una fuerza interior que empuja a la persona que la posee a expresar con éxito su creatividad <the genius of Mozart>.
  • Knack indica una habilidad que es especial aunque de poca importancia relativa, que facilita la diestra ejecución de algo <has a knack for hiring good employees>.

gift verb

unfavorite favorite play sound
gifted, has gifted, is gifting, gifts
regalar

Example sentences of
gift verb

  • gifted with an uncanny ability to persuade people to do things they ordinarily wouldn't

Reverse translation for gift

don  - gift, present, title of courtesy preceding a man's first name, talent 
talento  - talent, ability 
dotes  - dowry 
regalo  - gift, present, pleasure, comfort, treat 
obsequio  - gift, present 
regalar  - to present (as a gift), to give away, to regale, to entertain, to flatter, to make a fuss over 
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