Definition of 'bless'
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But to some of us it comes as a blessed relief. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Bless and protect his work and family. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Many people were blessed to give and blessed to receive. Christianity Today (2000)May you all be blessed with health and happiness. The Sun (2015)Yet her death still comes as a blessed relief. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The thoughtful formality of etiquette is a blessed relief. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He is a man blessed with riches. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She was also perceptive and blessed with a keen sense of humour and a prodigious memory. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The final whistle brought blessed relief for the visitors. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Now it was also a blessed instrument. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Here was the thing we all crave: blessed peace and quiet. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If you have not heard any of their music, then your honour is definitely blessed. The Sun (2016)And in my opinion, no one who has not been blessed with such beauty can really judge how they would behave if they had it. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'bless'
British English: bless /blɛs/ VERB
When a priest blesses people or things, he or she asks for God's favour and protection for them.
We have come together to bless this couple and their love for each other.
- American English: bless
- Arabic: يُبارِكُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: abençoar
- Chinese: 保佑
- Croatian: blagosloviti
- Czech: požehnat
- Danish: velsigne
- Dutch: zegenen
- European Spanish: bendecir
- Finnish: siunata
- French: bénir
- German: segnen
- Greek: ευλογώ
- Italian: benedire
- Japanese: 祝福する
- Korean: 축복하다
- Norwegian: velsigne
- Polish: pobłogosławić
- European Portuguese: abençoar
- Romanian: a binecuvânta
- Russian: благословлять
- Spanish: bendecir
- Swedish: välsigna
- Thai: อวยพร
- Turkish: kutsamak
- Ukrainian: благословляти
- Vietnamese: cầu nguyện
Definition of bless from the Collins English Dictionary
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