English translation of 'gratuito'
gratuitogratuita [ɡraˈtwitu, a]
1. (grátis) free
2. (infundado) gratuitous
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'gratuito' in Other Languages
British English: free /friː/ ADJECTIVE
at no cost If something is free, you can have it without paying any money for it.
If you buy a cup of coffee, you get a free cake.
- American English: free no cost
- Arabic: مَجَّاناً
- Brazilian Portuguese: gratuito
- Chinese: 免费的
- Croatian: besplatan
- Czech: zadarmo
- Danish: gratis
- Dutch: gratis
- European Spanish: gratis
- Finnish: ilmainen
- French: gratuit
- German: kostenlos
- Greek: δωρεάν
- Italian: gratis
- Japanese: 無料の
- Korean: 무료의
- Norwegian: gratis
- Polish: bezpłatny
- European Portuguese: gratuito
- Romanian: gratuit
- Russian: бесплатный
- Spanish: gratis
- Swedish: gratis
- Thai: ฟรี
- Turkish: bedava
- Ukrainian: безкоштовний
- Vietnamese: miễn phí
British English: courtesy ADJECTIVE
Courtesy is used to describe services that are provided free of charge by an organization to its customers, or to the general public.
A courtesy shuttle bus operates between the hotel and the town.
British English: gratuitous ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as gratuitous, you mean that it is unnecessary, and often harmful or upsetting.
There's too much crime and gratuitous violence on TV.
British English: wanton ADJECTIVE
A wanton action deliberately causes harm, damage, or waste without having any reason to.
...this unnecessary and wanton destruction of our environment.
Translation of gratuito from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary