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gracias

See also: Gracias

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Spanish gracias (thank you).

InterjectionEdit

gracias

  1. (Spanish, colloquial) thank you
    • 1993, Roddy Doyle, The Van, link
      Muchos gracias, my friend. —The girls are in the kitchen, Bimbo told Vera.
    • 2000, Linda Ladd, Midnight Fire, link
      "Gracias, my friend. I owe you a great debt.
    • 2010, Tina Rosenberg, Glenapp Castle: A Scottish Intrigue, page 154
      “No, gracias, my friend. This will do fine.”

Related termsEdit


FrenchEdit

VerbEdit

gracias

  1. second-person singular past historic of gracier

SpanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

EtymologyEdit

From gracia < Latin gratia, as used in the phrase gratias agere (to express thanks).

InterjectionEdit

gracias

  1. thank you

NounEdit

gracias f pl

  1. expression of thanks
    El día de acción de graciasThanksgiving day
    Dar las gracias – To give thanks
  2. plural form of gracia

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