obsequio en Inglés

Pronunciación
[obsequio (m)] n. gift, present; honor; attention; kindness; presentation; testimonial

Ejemplos

Me obsequiaron un carro nuevo.
They gave me a new car.
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Ella había obsequiado a César con significativos fondos por su apoyo.
She had gifted Caesar with significant funds for his support.
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Le compré un lindo obsequio de Navidad.
I bought her a nice Christmas present.
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En 1493, el Vaticano regaló América a España y obsequió el África negra a Portugal, "para que las naciones bárbaras sean reducidas a la fe católica".
In 1493, the Vatican gave America to Spain and granted Africa to Portugal, "so that barbarous nations be reduced to the Catholic faith".
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Muchas gracias por su obsequio de navidad.
Thank you for the Christmas gift.
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A eso se le llama en algunos países "obsequio" y en otros "soborno".
This is what is called a 'present' in some countries and 'bribery' in others.
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Tom aceptó reacio el obsequio.
Tom reluctantly accepted the gift.
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Estamos obsequiando ésto.
We're giving this away for free.
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¡Qué hermoso obsequio!
What a wonderful present!
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Si Dios me obsequiara un trozo de vida, vestiría sencillo, me tiraría de bruces al sol, dejando descubierto, no solamente mi cuerpo, sino mi alma.
(Voz de América)
If God were to give me a slice of life, I would dress simply, and throw myself face down under the sun, leaving bare not only my body, but also my soul.
(Voice of America)
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