English translation of 'desculpar'
1. (justificar) to excuse
2. (perdoar) to pardon, forgive
desculpar-se reflexive verb
desculpar algo a alguém to forgive sb for sth
desculpe! (I'm) sorry, I beg your pardon
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'desculpar' in Other Languages
British English: excuse /ɪkˈskjuːz/ VERB
To excuse someone or to excuse their behaviour means to provide reasons for their actions, especially when other people disapprove of these actions.
That doesn't excuse my mother's behaviour.
- American English: excuse
- Arabic: يَعْذِرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: desculpar
- Chinese: 原谅
- Croatian: ispričati
- Czech: omluvit
- Danish: undskylde
- Dutch: excuseren
- European Spanish: disculpar
- Finnish: puolustella
- French: excuser
- German: entschuldigen
- Greek: δικαιολογώ
- Italian: scusare
- Japanese: 弁解する
- Korean: 변명하다
- Norwegian: unnskylde
- Polish: usprawiedliwić
- European Portuguese: desculpar
- Romanian: a scuza
- Russian: извинять
- Spanish: disculpar
- Swedish: ursäkta
- Thai: แก้ตัว
- Turkish: özür beyan etmek
- Ukrainian: вибачати
- Vietnamese: biện minh
Translation of desculpar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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