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2 Translation results for pardon in Spanish

verb | noun

pardon verb

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pardoned, has pardoned, is pardoning, pardons
perdonar, disculpar; indultar (a un delincuente)

Example sentences of
pardon verb

  • he eventually pardoned his sister for interfering in his marriage
  • I'm willing to pardon a little sloppiness of dress in such a kind and loving person.

Synonyms of
pardon verb

Detailed synonyms for pardon verb

See: Excuse

pardon noun

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pardons
perdón; indulto

Example sentences of
pardon noun

  • The governor granted him a pardon.
  • He asked my pardon for taking so much of my time.

Synonyms of
pardon noun

Detailed synonyms for pardon noun

Pardon, amnesty, absolution, reprieve, forgiveness significan la suspensión de una pena o castigo.
  • Pardon puede ser a menudo ambiguo, y denota el librar, no de la culpa, sino del castigo impuesto por la autoridad <a condemned man who received a pardon at the last moment>.
  • Amnesty indica un perdón que se extiende a toda una clase o comunidad <declared an amnesty for all tax evaders>.
  • Absolution, en su uso eclesiástico, y particularmente, católico, se refiere a un perdón que se otorga por pecados que se han confesado y por los cuales se ha hecho expiación, e indica que el castigo eterno por el pecado ha sido remitido <was granted absolution by his priest>.
    antonyms: condemnation
  • Reprieve indica un retraso temporal de un castigo <the criminal won a reprieve from his death sentence>.
  • Forgiveness significa disposición para excusar un error o una ofensa <a prayer asking forgiveness for our sins>.

Related phrases for pardon

Reverse translation for pardon

perdonar  - to forgive, to pardon, to exempt, to excuse 
disculpar  - to excuse, to pardon 
indultar  (a un delincuente) - to pardon, to reprieve 
perdón  - forgiveness, pardon 
indulto  - pardon, reprieve 
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