dignarse translation English | 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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condescend to do sth
to deign 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
"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.
¿Querría su Alteza dignarse a tomar asiento? Will Your Highness would be kind enough to sit down?
¿Podría dignarse a trabajar un poco ahora? Do you think you could bring yourself down to do a little work now?
Esta gran estrella del escenario y la pantalla... ...este extraño que ha disfrutado de la hospitalidad... ...de nuestro país por casi 30 años, sin siquiera dignarse a considerar... ...por una vez convertirse en ciudadano estadounidense. This great star of stage and screen, this alien, who has enjoyed the hospitality of our country for nearly 30 years without ever once, ever once, deigning to apply for American citizenship.
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