dignarse translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    dignarse a hacer algo      to deign to do sth, condescend to do sth  
2    frm   dígnese venir a esta oficina      please be so kind as to come to this office  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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to deign to do sth
condescend to do sth
'dignarse' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
dignarse hacer algo
no dignarse a hacer algo
dignarse (a) hacer algo
no dignarse (a) hacer algo
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"dignarse": examples and translations in context
Alguien debe dignarse... ...a llevarlo ante la justicia. Yet somehow I have the decency to bring him to justice.
Alguien debe dignarse a llevarlo ante la justicia. Then someone ought to have the decency to bring him to justice.
Muy amable de su parte dignarse a visitar a nuestro amigo. - It is very good of Mr Fielding to condescend to visit our friend.
...de nuestro país por casi 30 años, sin siquiera dignarse a considerar... This great star... ...of stage and screen... ...who has enjoyed our hospitality for 30 years without...
¿Podría dignarse a trabajar un poco ahora? Do you think you could bring yourself down to do a little work now?
No solo no van a contestar a puntos de vista alternativos, sino que ni siquiera van a dignarse a escucharlos. Not only will they not respond to alternative points of view, they cannot even bear to listen to them.
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