Portuguese translation of 'pardon'
1. perdão m
2. (law) indulto
2. (law) indultar
pardon me!, I beg your pardon (apologizing) desculpe(-me)
(I beg your) pardon? (Britain), pardon me? (US) (not hearing) como?, como disse?
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Example Sentences Including 'pardon'
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He instantly obeyed me -- came crouching up very much ashamed and lay down to beg my pardon.EMPIRES OF THE PLAIN: Henry Rawlinson and the Lost Languages of Babylon (2003)
Amnesty is a pardon for an offence.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
In fact only five were hanged in the presence of the rest, who were then pardoned and released on parole.REBELS AND REDCOATS: The American Revolutionary War (2003)
As he had been promised, he received a royal pardon.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Her death sentence was subsequently commuted to life before she finally received a pardon from the king of Thailand.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
I beg your pardon for being useless.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
We have resignation honours list and they have presidential pardon lists?Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Yesterday, the happy Hammers boss was prepared to officially pardon his skipper.The Sun (2014)
I was all ready to indignantly beg your pardon and say that these are 100 per cent mine!Times, Sunday Times (2006)
A US governor is now fighting to have the singer pardoned for his crime.The Sun (2010)
Days after he was killed, his family received a pardon.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
French presidential pardons often prove controversial.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He received a presidential pardon.The Sun (2009)
He was given a royal pardon after protests from around the world.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
He was granted a presidential pardon last year.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
He was jailed again in April last year then granted a royal pardon.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Once installed he took great pride in his work, and during his tenure 57,000 people were pardoned.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Shields' pardon may be the last to be exercised in the present manner.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
THERE should be a royal pardon for this man.The Sun (2009)
The President issues a pardon.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The presidential power of pardon is unique and sweeping.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
I most humbly beg your pardon.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
I prayed for forgiveness, then sought out our house painter and begged his pardon as well.Christianity Today (2000)
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'pardon' in Other Languages
British English: pardon /ˈpɑːdn/ INTERJECTION
You say `Pardon?' when you want someone to repeat what they have just said because you have not heard or understood it.
- American English: pardon me?
- Arabic: عَفْواً؟
- Brazilian Portuguese: como disse?
- Chinese: 对不起，请再说一遍
- Croatian: oprostite?
- Czech: prosím? co jste říkal?
- Danish: undskyld
- Dutch: pardon?
- European Spanish: ¿cómo?
- Finnish: anteeksi?
- French: pardon ?
- German: wie bitte?
- Greek: παρακαλώ;
- Italian: scusi?
- Japanese: 何とおっしゃいましたか？
- Korean: 뭐라고 하셨죠?
- Norwegian: unnskyld?
- Polish: słucham?
- European Portuguese: como disse?
- Romanian: pardon
- Russian: простите?
- Spanish: ¿cómo?
- Swedish: hur sa?
- Thai: ขอโทษ
- Turkish: pardon?
- Ukrainian: даруйте
- Vietnamese: Gì ạ?
British English: pardon /ˈpɑːdn/ NOUN
If someone who has been found guilty of a crime is given a pardon, they are officially allowed to go free and are not punished.
He was granted a pardon.
- American English: pardon
- Arabic: عَفْوٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: indulto
- Chinese: 赦免
- Croatian: pomilovanje
- Czech: milost odpuštění trestu
- Danish: benådning
- Dutch: pardon
- European Spanish: perdón
- Finnish: anteeksianto
- French: pardon
- German: Verzeihung
- Greek: συγχώρεση
- Italian: perdono
- Japanese: 許し
- Korean: 용서
- Norwegian: tilgivelse
- Polish: przebaczenie
- European Portuguese: perdão
- Romanian: grațiere
- Russian: извинение
- Spanish: perdón
- Swedish: nåd
- Thai: การให้อภัยโทษ
- Turkish: bağışlama
- Ukrainian: помилування
- Vietnamese: sự tha thứ
British English: pardon VERB
If someone who has been found guilty of a crime is pardoned, they are officially allowed to go free and are not punished.
Hundreds of political prisoners were pardoned and released.
Translation of pardon from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary