Spanish Word for bless  

English Word: bless

Spanish Word: bendecir
The Spanish Word for bless
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Translated sentences containing 'bless'
The parents bless their children every day.
Los padres bendicen a sus hijos todos los días.
The priest will bless the congregation after the mass.
El cura bendecirá a los feligreses después de la misa.
May God bless you.
Que Dios te bendiga.

God bless our joint work.
Que Dios bendiga nuestro trabajo en común.
May God bless you all.
Dios bendiga a todos ustedes.
I wish you all the best and God bless!
Le deseo lo mejor, que Dios le bendiga.
May God bless you if you do this, Mr Bolkestein.
Si es así, señor Bolkestein, que Dios le bendiga.
We must simply 'bless' - to use a very classical term - their actions.
Nosotros debemos simplemente «bendecir» -aunque sea una palabra muy clásica- sus actuaciones.
Mr Sjöstedt, many thanks for the good teamwork; God bless.
Señor Sjöstedt, muchas gracias por el buen trabajo en equipo; que Dios nos bendiga.
I wish Ireland and the Irish every success and may God bless them.
Deseo a Irlanda y a los irlandeses mucho éxito y que Dios los bendiga.
They too will come to bless this directive for the basic protection that it gives all who wish to avail themselves of it.
También ellos acabarán por bendecir esta directiva por la protección básica que da a todos los que quieren beneficiarse de ella.
We wish you God-speed, and may God bless you all and may God protect all of our troops.
Les deseamos que Dios les acompañe y que Dios les bendiga a todos y que proteja todas nuestras tropas.
The existence of the bilateral investment agreements needs to be safeguarded but, at the same time, we cannot unconditionally bless agreements if they create significant problems.
Hay que defender la existencia de acuerdos de inversión bilaterales pero, al mismo tiempo, no podemos consagrar de forma incondicional los acuerdos si estos plantean problemas importantes.
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