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largesse
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
largesse /'lɑ:dʤes/ (largesse) /'lɑ:dʤes/
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Concise Dictionary
lɑr'dʒes /lɑː-
noun
+a gift or money given (as for service or out of benevolence); usually given ostentatiously
+liberality in bestowing gifts; extremely liberal and generous of spirit

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
largess, gifts, alms, grants, bonuses, endowments, presents, contributions, donations, hand-outs; support, subvention, aid, subsidy, charity, philanthropy, generosity, munificence, bounty, liberality, open-handedness:
The church depends on the largesse of its members.
Advanced English Dictionary
(also largess)
+ noun
[U] (formal or humorous) the act or quality of being generous with money; money that you give to people who have less than you: She is not noted for her largesse (= she is not generous). + to dispense largesse to the poor


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