In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) de buen corazón(person) bondadoso(act) bondadosohe's very kindhearted — tiene muy buen corazón
- A kind-hearted woman who raised the cash to send a neighbour's disabled daughter to Disney World was today being honoured for her generosity.
- You couldn't wish to meet a more gentle, kind-hearted man.
- But the once-in-a-lifetime meeting cost her kind-hearted granddad a whopping £25,000.
- I like my Chemistry teacher, she's really warm and kind-hearted!
- Hundreds of kind-hearted people across Bury have joined the national NHS Organ Donor Register thanks to a council initiative.
- For the past 20 years, kind-hearted Pat has dedicated her spare time to cheering up patients in Salisbury.
- Norma will not be going far after kind-hearted bosses allowed the hard-working mother of two to carry on living on at the complex with her husband, Geoff.
- A village has been inundated with Christmas trees after kind-hearted locals answered an appeal.
- A total of £9,320 was collected by the British Red Cross from kind-hearted shoppers on Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
- It just shows that you're a kind-hearted person, and that you care deeply about other people.
- She said the kind-hearted gesture marked the end of a lovely day in which she witnessed her grand-daughter getting married at the historic Tower of London.
- She was a good natured and kind-hearted lady who delighted in helping friends and neighbours.
- Mrs Church's death has shattered the local community, who knew her as a loving and kind-hearted person.
- A kind-hearted couple sold their comfortable home to live in a tiny, broken down caravan after being moved to tears by the plight of Kenyan schoolchildren.
- Nikita was a pupil in Holy Family Girls National School, Askea and was known as a very kind-hearted little girl who loved to share.
- The mother of a disabled Trowbridge girl is overwhelmed by the number of kind-hearted people who have offered to help pay for a new wheelchair for her daughter.
- Fortunately a kind-hearted friend helped temporarily restore her faith in human nature by lending her a spare hat.
- Born in Clooncormack, Hollymount she was kind-hearted by nature and generous to all and will be missed by her relations and neighbours.
- A kind-hearted man understood and took her to the blind school.
- Those physically incapable of working can be sheltered in state-run homes with the support of the rich and the kind-hearted.
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