Translation of philanthropist in Spanish:

philanthropist

filántropo, n.

Pronunciation /fəˈlænθrəpəst//fɪˈlanθrəpɪst/

noun

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    filántropo masculine
    filántropa feminine
    • Baker-Smith was a philanthropist even at the age of 15 and used borrowed money to buy up art works at the annual end of year art exhibitions.
    • The Association is looking for philanthropists who could donate money to pay out salary for an English teacher.
    • As philanthropists, they have contributed to the development of medical and social care in many corners of the world.
    • He also established himself as one of the city's most generous philanthropists.
    • Heinz Kerry is also a generous philanthropist, often to highly political outfits.
    • They all patently love and cherish the objects entrusted to them by Victorian philanthropists and municipal benefactors.
    • Taxpayers and philanthropists pay large amounts of money to keep the university well equipped with the latest gear.
    • Thanks to his contributions and those from other philanthropists, Colonial Williamsburg can now operate as a not-for-profit educational facility.
    • Many philanthropists donate money specifically for buildings or endowed professorships that bear their names.
    • He is seeking the help of philanthropists, who can sponsor his son, Hargobind.
    • In Britain disaster funds tend to be contributed to by just a small group of wealthy philanthropists and then a mass of individuals, many of whom are the least able to afford their generosity.
    • There are generous philanthropists and organisations ready to help them achieve their targets and on their part they never fail in meeting their goals.
    • Some of the inmates are from well-to-do families and they pay for their stay, while others benefit from sponsorship by philanthropists.
    • The organisation is also looking for donations from philanthropists for a suitable site here to have its own building.
    • We're also connecting new patrons and emerging philanthropists with emerging artists and arts groups.
    • Early donations came from several philanthropists and appeals were made to members and friends.
    • Hence, the Lords also sold posters and buttons and secured donations from philanthropists and local businesses.
    • There are many philanthropists and ordinary altruistic people who would contribute.
    • Evenings such as this not only bring in funds, but also bring together philanthropists willing to give their time and money for a worthy cause.
    • Some philanthropists established newspapers to act as the guardian of the common man, while others did all they could to encourage the growth of universal education.