Definition of 'complimentary'
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But we only get two complimentary ones. The Sun (2008)The winner will enjoy the finals day with complimentary food and drink. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Culture+ members can win two complimentary coffee passes online. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You may already have complimentary access to thetimes. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Times+ members can claim a complimentary ticket with each ticket purchased. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Offers of a complimentary drink or dessert were declined. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is normal business practice to provide complimentary tickets. The Sun (2010)Bosses gave the audience a complimentary ticket. The Sun (2012)Head out to the high fells or relax in the bar and enjoy a complimentary glass of fizz. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is virtually impossible to know how many spectators paid to get in and how many possessed complimentary tickets. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Gave an honest answer, was very complimentary about the two best golfers of this generation. The Sun (2014)No, this access will be complimentary as part of your subscription. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Forget shaken or stirred: those complimentary drinks are going to be spilt. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Guests have complimentary access to a gym, swimming pool and health club. The Sun (2012)The choice of complimentary drink includes a glass of house wine, a beer or a soft drink. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Two champagne glasses and our complimentary bottle hurtled off the dressing table, but were saved by the thick carpet. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Their online voucher offers 50 per cent off food with a complimentary glass of house wine or bottle of beer. The Sun (2009)Guests have complimentary access to the spa, which is spectacularly lit at night and a great place for some downtime. The Sun (2013)In the club lounge the Prince could have enjoyed a complimentary glass of champagne or a cup of tea or coffee. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I've received one complimentary letter and two emails that were critical. Christianity Today (2000)Culture+ members can enter to win two VIP complimentary coffee passes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Culture+ members can apply for two VIP complimentary coffee passes online. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Passengers willing to pay for a first-class ticket will still be able to eat hot food because complimentary food and drink will be served at their seats. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Still, you do get unlimited complimentary use of the thermal suite with its plunge and spa pools, sauna and the first snow room at sea. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'complimentary'
British English: complimentary /ˌkɒmplɪˈmɛntərɪ; -trɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If you are complimentary about something, you express admiration for it.
We often get complimentary remarks about our garden.
- American English: complimentary
- Arabic: مُجَامِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: cortês
- Chinese: 赞美的
- Croatian: laskav
- Czech: pochvalný
- Danish: rosende
- Dutch: complimenteus
- European Spanish: elogioso
- Finnish: kohtelias imarteleva
- French: gratuit
- German: schmeichelhaft
- Greek: κολακευτικός
- Italian: lusinghiero
- Japanese: 称賛の
- Korean: 칭찬하는
- Norwegian: rosende
- Polish: pochlebny
- European Portuguese: cortês
- Romanian: apreciativ
- Russian: поздравительный
- Spanish: elogioso
- Swedish: berömmande
- Thai: ที่ชมเชย
- Turkish: övücü
- Ukrainian: схвальний
- Vietnamese: khen ngợi
Definition of complimentary from the Collins English Dictionary
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