Detailed Translations for grace from English to French


grace [the ~] noun

  1. the grace (favour; service; support; )
    le faveur; la grâce; la messe
  2. the grace (forgiveness; mercy; remission; )
    le pardon; la rémission; la grâce; l'absolution
  3. the grace (benevolence; kindness; sympathy)
    la grâce; la bienfaisance; la charité; la bienveillance; le faveurs; la bonnes dispositions; la bonnes grâces; l'oeuvres de charité
  4. the grace (prayer; devotions)
    la prière

to grace verb (graces, graced, gracing)

  1. to grace (add lustre to; adorn)
    • embellir verb (embellis, embellit, embellissons, embellissez, )

Conjugations for grace:

  1. grace
  2. grace
  3. graces
  4. grace
  5. grace
  6. grace
simple past
  1. graced
  2. graced
  3. graced
  4. graced
  5. graced
  6. graced
present perfect
  1. have graced
  2. have graced
  3. has graced
  4. have graced
  5. have graced
  6. have graced
past continuous
  1. was gracing
  2. were gracing
  3. was gracing
  4. were gracing
  5. were gracing
  6. were gracing
  1. shall grace
  2. will grace
  3. will grace
  4. shall grace
  5. will grace
  6. will grace
continuous present
  1. am gracing
  2. are gracing
  3. is gracing
  4. are gracing
  5. are gracing
  6. are gracing
  1. be graced
  2. be graced
  3. be graced
  4. be graced
  5. be graced
  6. be graced
  1. grace!
  2. let's grace!
  3. graced
  4. gracing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for grace:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
absolution excuse; forgiveness; forgivingness; grace; mercy; pardon; remission absolution; amnesty; liberation; manumission; pardon; release; remission
bienfaisance benevolence; grace; kindness; sympathy beneficence; beneficial influence; benefit; benevolence; charity; humanity; philanthropy; salubriousness; salubrity; salutariness; well-doing; wholesomeness
bienveillance benevolence; grace; kindness; sympathy amiability; amicableness; benevolence; benign character; clemency; complaisance; compliance; consideration; courtesy; forbearance; friendliness; good-nature; goodness; helpfulness; hospitality; in deference to; indulgence; kind-heartedness; kindness; leniency; mercy; mildness; modesty; preparedness; readiness; subservience; tolerance; tolerancy; willingness
bonnes dispositions benevolence; grace; kindness; sympathy
bonnes grâces benevolence; grace; kindness; sympathy
charité benevolence; grace; kindness; sympathy alms; beneficence; benefit; benevolence; charity; charity work; humanity; love of one's fellow man; philanthropy; well-doing
faveur boon; favor; favour; goodwill; grace; mass; patronage; service; support advantage; favor; favour; favouring; preference; privilege
faveurs benevolence; grace; kindness; sympathy
grâce benevolence; boon; excuse; favor; favour; forgiveness; forgivingness; goodwill; grace; kindness; mass; mercy; pardon; patronage; remission; service; support; sympathy absolution; amiability; benevolence; blessing; charm; clemency; compassion; elegance; loving kindness; mercy; pardon; remission; sweetness
messe boon; favor; favour; goodwill; grace; mass; patronage; service; support Mass; mass; service; worship
oeuvres de charité benevolence; grace; kindness; sympathy
pardon excuse; forgiveness; forgivingness; grace; mercy; pardon; remission absolution; amnesty; apology; compassion; excuse; liberation; manumission; pardon; release; remission
prière devotions; grace; prayer appeal; appeals; churchprayer; entreaties; entreaty; plea; pleas; prayer; request; supplication; supplications
rémission excuse; forgiveness; forgivingness; grace; mercy; pardon; remission
- blessing; free grace; good will; goodwill; grace of God; gracility; saving grace; seemliness; state of grace; thanksgiving
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
embellir add lustre to; adorn; grace beautify; deck out; decorate; doll up; dress o.s. up; dress up; embellish; fit out; furnish; garnish; make up; put on make-up; trim
- adorn; beautify; deck; decorate; embellish; ornament
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- charm; gracefulness
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
pardon sorry

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Synonyms for "grace":

Antonyms for "grace":

  • unseemliness

Related Definitions for "grace":

  1. a disposition to kindness and compassion1
    • the victor's grace in treating the vanquished1
  2. (Christian theology) the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God1
    • God's grace is manifested in the salvation of sinners1
  3. a sense of propriety and consideration for others1
    • a place where the company of others must be accepted with good grace1
  4. elegance and beauty of movement or expression1
    • a beautiful figure which she used in subtle movements of unparalleled grace1
  5. a short prayer of thanks before a meal1
    • their youngest son said grace1
  6. (Christian theology) a state of sanctification by God; the state of one who is under such divine influence1
    • the conception of grace developed alongside the conception of sin1
  7. make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.1
  8. be beautiful to look at1

Wiktionary Translations for grace:

  1. elegant movement, poise or balance
  2. free and undeserved favour, especially of God
  3. short prayer before or after a meal
  4. divine assistance in resisting sin
  1. Prière qui précède le repas
  2. Ascendant physique ou sentimental
  3. Ce qui plaît dans les attitudes, les manières, les discours. Un certain agrément, un certain charme indéfinissable.
  4. Gratitude, reconnaissance

Cross Translation:
grace faveur Gunst — die Erfüllung eines Wunsches, einer Bitte
grace faveur Huldveraltet: Geneigtheit, Wohlwollen, Wohlgesinntheit des Herrn gegenüber dem Untergebenen, wird oft im religiösen Sprachgebrauch verwendet
grace charme Liebreiz — positive, meist auf Äußerlichkeiten bezogene, Eigenschaft einer Person
grace bénédicité; grâces TischgebetReligion: gesprochenes Gebet vor oder nach der Speise am Tisch
grace grâce Anmutbewundernswerte Schönheit und Eleganz
grace élégance zwier — gratie, elegantie

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