In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1compasión femininepiedad feminineto arouse compassion — despertar compasión
- to move sb to compassion — mover a algn a compasión
- they had no compassion toward the victims — no tuvieron compasión con las víctimas
- All that commitment to charity, compassion, and love was actually fuelled by hate.
- This fact alone should ensure that we as a civilised country treat animals with more compassion.
- Magnanimity and compassion are my favourite virtues, but realism is close behind.
- There is not one word of compassion or concern for the inevitable victims of another onslaught.
- Yet, the justice system frequently shows mercy and compassion to those responsible.
- At home, she was always taught that compassion and understanding came before judgment.
- Gentleness and compassion cannot coexist with aggression and hatred toward others.
- He demands no sympathy, but his articulate analysis enlists our compassion all the same.
- They have absolutely no feeling of compassion and they are not sorry for what they did.
- However, lofty doctors who show no warmth, compassion or concern are becoming rare.
- He had no pity, no compassion, no understanding of what the victims of war suffered.
- I doubt if they understand what compassion is, let alone know if they are not being given any.
- The day that we lose compassion for our fellow human beings will be a sad day indeed for humanity.
- After supping her fill of horrors, her capacity to feel compassion was deeply affected.
- When disaster falls or tragedy strikes, what are the borders of our emotions and our compassion?
- We missed the feeding, thanks to me and my friends' compassion for my emotions.
- It could have been a testament to the horror of war and the need for love and compassion.
- It is true that a small act of love and compassion moves the world and touches people.
- He moves silently in their midst with a gentle smile of infinite compassion.
- There was no look of compassion or pity on her face, nothing save the cool gaze of her narrow eyes.
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