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grace /ɡreɪs/ noun


مهلت ، تایید ، مرحمت ، براز ، زیبایی ، خوبی ، خوش اندامی ، ظرافت ، فریبندگی ، دعای فیض و برکت (قبل یا بعداز غذا) ، خوش نیتی ، بخشایندگی ، بخشش ، بخت ، اقبال ، قرعه ، جذابیت ، افسونگری ، موردلطف قراردادن ، اراستن ، زینت بخشیدن ، فیض الهی بخشیدن ، تشویق کردن ، لذت بخشیدن ، مشعوف ساختن ، قانون ـ فقه: لطف ، تایید کردن
grace
[noun]
Synonyms:
- elegance, attractiveness, beauty, charm, comeliness, ease, gracefulness, poise, polish, refinement, tastefulness
- goodwill, benefaction, benevolence, favour, generosity, goodness, kindliness, kindness
- manners, consideration, decency, decorum, etiquette, propriety, tact
- indulgence, mercy, pardon, reprieve
- prayer, benediction, blessing, thanks, thanksgiving
[verb]
Synonyms:
- honour, adorn, decorate, dignify, embellish, enhance, enrich, favour, ornament, set off
Related Words: invocation, petition, compassionateness, responsiveness, tenderness, forbearance, indulgence, leniency, goodness

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. Grace, Princess
Kelly, Grace

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. Grace, W.G.
(1848–1915) an English cricketer who is regarded as the greatest player of the 19th century. He was a very tall, large man with a long thick beard.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. grace1 /ɡreɪs/ noun
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin gratia 'pleasing quality, kindness', from gratus; grateful]

1. WAY OF MOVING [uncountable] a smooth way of moving that looks natural, relaxed, and attractive Synonym : gracefulness:
Lena moved with the grace of a dancer.

2. BEHAVIOUR
a) [uncountable] polite and pleasant behaviour:
The hotel maintains traditional standards of elegance, style, and grace.
have the grace to do something
He didn’t even have the grace to apologize (=he was not polite enough to apologize).
b) graces [plural] the skills needed to behave in a way that is considered polite and socially acceptable:
Max definitely lacked social graces.

3. MORE TIME [uncountable] (also grace period American English) more time that is allowed to someone to finish a piece of work, pay a debt etc
a day’s/week’s etc grace
I got a few days’ grace to finish my essay.

4. with (a) good/bad grace in a willing and pleasant way, or an unwilling and angry way:
Kevin smiled and accepted his defeat with good grace.
With typical bad grace, they refused to come to the party.

5. GOD’S KINDNESS [uncountable] formal God’s kindness that is shown to people:
We are saved by God’s grace.

6. there but for the grace of God (go I) used to say that you feel lucky not to be in the same bad situation as someone else

7. PRAYER [uncountable] a prayer thanking God, said before a meal:
My father said grace.

8. SOUL [uncountable] the state of someone’s soul when it is free from evil, according to Christian belief:
He died in a state of grace (=when God has forgiven you for the wrong things you have done).

9. Your/His etc Grace used as a title when talking to or about a duke, duchess, or archbishop

10. the Graces three beautiful Greek goddesses who often appear in art
airs and graces at air1(9), ⇒ fall from grace at fall1(17), ⇒ saving grace at save1(14)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. grace2 verb [transitive]

1. grace something/somebody with your presence to bring honour to an occasion or group of people by coming to something – said humorously when someone comes late or does not often come to meetings etc:
Ah, so you’ve decided to grace us with your presence!

2. formal to make a place or an object look more attractive:
His portrait graces the wall of the drawing room.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

grace
noun
ADJ. easy, lithe, supple | natural | feline
VERB + GRACE have, move with
PREP. with ~ Ann moved with easy grace.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

grace
ɡreɪs
See: fall from grace , in one's bad graces , in one's good graces , with bad grace , with good grace

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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