grace in Spanish and example sentences

grace in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. gracia, airosidad, atractivo, benedicite, donaire, donosía, donosidad, donosura, elegancia, gala, gallardía, garbo, gracejo, graciosidad, sal, salero; bendición a la mesa
s. gracia, encanto; favor, merced; afabilidad; privilegio; perdón, remisión; bendición que se recita antes o después de las comidas
v. honrar, agraciar

Example Sentences

Beauty without grace is like a rose without a scent.
La belleza sin gracia es como una rosa sin aroma.
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Grace has not come yet.
Grace todavía no ha venido.
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Grace hasn't arrived yet.
Grace todavía no ha venido.
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Grace hasn't come yet.
Grace todavía no ha venido.
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His daughter was endowed with beauty and grace.
Su hija fue dotada con belleza y gracia.
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She is the queen of tap dancing; there is no one who surpasses her rhythm and grace of movement.
Es la reina del claqué; no hay quien supere su ritmo y su gracia de movimientos.
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Tom has fallen from grace.
Tom ha caído en desgracia.
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While Caesar never made me a wife I was someone who had graced his life through two of these three marriages.
Aunque César nunca me convirtió en una esposa, yo había sido alguien que había estado presente en su vida durante dos de estos tres matrimonios.
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By the grace of Caesar I had been saved from a quick death.
Me había salvado de una muerte rápida por la gracia de César.
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In the meantime, the young girl was adorned with all the graces that the fairies had granted her; for she was very beautiful, friendly, gracious, and wise – such that all who saw the girl felt the greatest affection for her.
Mientras tanto, la joven se hallaba adornada de todas las gracias que la habían concedido las hadas, pues era muy hermosa, amable, graciosa y sabio, de manera, que cuantos la veían, sentían hacia ella el mayor cariño.
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from which I infer that Uncle Juan Gomez, nicknamed Hormiga, constitutional mayor of Aldeire in the year of grace 1821, might very well be the grandson of some Mustapha, Mohammed, or something of the like.
de donde yo deduzco que el tío Juan Gómez Hormiga, alcalde constitucional de Aldeire en el año de gracia de 1821, podía muy bien ser nieto de algún Mustafá, Mohammed o cosa por el estilo.
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As he began to speak, he said very agreeable things, and such was his grace, there was not a single person who did not desire to listen to him and look at him.
En cuanto comenzó a hablar dijo cosas muy agradables, y tanta era su gracia en todo que no había quien no deseara oírle y verle.
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She danced with such grace that everyone admired her even more.
Bailó con tanta gracia que aun la admiraron más.
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The king’s son never left her side, and he did not cease to speak to her, with the utmost grace.
El hijo del Rey no se apartó de su lado y no cesó de hablarle con gracia.
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Dorian put the letter into his pocket. “Tell her Grace that I am coming in,” he said, coldly. The man turned round and went rapidly in the direction of the house.
Dorian se guardó la carta en el bolsillo. -Dígale a su gracia que llegaré enseguida -respondió con frialdad. El mensajero se dio la vuelta, regresando rápidamente hacia la casa.
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That may be of their body, mother; but not of status, not of grace and discretion, not of lineage, not of deserving merit, not of virtue and not of speech.
Esso será de cuerpo, madre; pero no de gentileza, no de estado, no de gracia y discreción, no de linaje, no de presunción con merecimiento, no en virtud, no en habla.
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Oh uncomparable delight! Oh singular opportunity! Oh opportune moment! Oh, if only I had been underneath your mantle, listening only to what she, whom God gave such plentiful graces, had to say.
¡O gozo sin par! ¡O singular oportunidad! ¡O oportuno tiempo! ¡O quién estuuiera allí debaxo de tu manto, escuchando qué hablaría sola aquélla en quien Dios tan estremadas gracias puso!
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But the poor engineer who, outside of his work, saw only his wife, loving her as a woman, and adoring her as a dainty and superior being, a model of grace and elegance,
Pero el pobre ingeniero, que más allá de su trabajo sólo veía a su esposa, amándola como mujer y admirándola como un ser delicado y superior, resumen de todas las gracias y elegancias,
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as no other man had. Her eyes, with an irresistible desire for comparison, sought Julio's, admiring his youthful grace and distinction. The image of Laurier, heavy and ordinary, came into her mind as a consolation.
como ningún otro hombre. Sus ojos, con un deseo irresistible de comparación, se fijaban en Desnoyers, admirando su gentileza juvenil. La imagen de Laurier, pesada y vulgar, acudía a su memoria como un consuelo.
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Now she was a woman, slender and full grown, with the first feminine graces showing subtly in her fourteen-year-old figure. Her mother would not let her leave the lodge,
Ahora era una mujer, con la delgadez del último crecimiento, apuntando las primeras gracias femeniles en su cuerpo de catorce años. La madre no la dejaba salir del pabellón,
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Verb forms for grace
Present participle: gracing
Present: grace (3.person: graces)
Past: graced
Future: will grace
Present conditional: would grace
Present Perfect: have graced (3.person: has graced)
Past Perfect: had graced
Future Perfect: will have graced
Past conditional: would have graced