Translation: from spanish

for the good of

  • 1 para beneficio de

    Ex. It is imperative for young people to learn to be empathetic, both for their own good and for the good of society as a whole.
    * * *

    Ex: It is imperative for young people to learn to be empathetic, both for their own good and for the good of society as a whole.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para beneficio de

  • 2 en provecho de

    = for the benefit of, for the good of
    Ex. For the benefit of all users of the thesaurus who have not had a hand in its initial compilation some written record describing the anticipated use of the thesaurus is valuable.
    Ex. It is imperative for young people to learn to be empathetic, both for their own good and for the good of society as a whole.
    * * *
    = for the benefit of, for the good of

    Ex: For the benefit of all users of the thesaurus who have not had a hand in its initial compilation some written record describing the anticipated use of the thesaurus is valuable.

    Ex: It is imperative for young people to learn to be empathetic, both for their own good and for the good of society as a whole.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en provecho de

  • 3 para + Posesivo + propio bien

    = for + Posesivo + own good
    Ex. It is imperative for young people to learn to be empathetic, both for their own good and for the good of society as a whole.
    * * *
    = for + Posesivo + own good

    Ex: It is imperative for young people to learn to be empathetic, both for their own good and for the good of society as a whole.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para + Posesivo + propio bien

  • 4 en bien de

    • for the benefit of
    • for the good of
    • for the sake of
    • in battle positions
    • in-being

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > en bien de

  • 5 por bien de

    • for the benefit of
    • for the good of

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > por bien de

  • 6 para bien o para mal

    = for better or (for) worse, for good or (for) ill, for good or (for) evil
    Ex. Finally, we cannot help being excited by the fact that we, as a profession, find ourselves, for better or worse, embedded in the eye of the storm of significant change.
    Ex. These institutions have become so intertwined that the fortunes of one are inextricably linked to the fortunes of the other -- for good or for ill.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Online communication: for good or evil?'.
    * * *
    = for better or (for) worse, for good or (for) ill, for good or (for) evil

    Ex: Finally, we cannot help being excited by the fact that we, as a profession, find ourselves, for better or worse, embedded in the eye of the storm of significant change.

    Ex: These institutions have become so intertwined that the fortunes of one are inextricably linked to the fortunes of the other -- for good or for ill.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Online communication: for good or evil?'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para bien o para mal

  • 7 de vicio

    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no particular reason, for no good reason
    Ex. When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.
    Ex. On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex. Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    Ex. He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.
    * * *
    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no particular reason, for no good reason

    Ex: When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.

    Ex: On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex: Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    Ex: He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de vicio

  • 8 sin causa alguna

    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no particular reason, for no good reason
    Ex. When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.
    Ex. On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex. Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    Ex. He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.
    * * *
    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no particular reason, for no good reason

    Ex: When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.

    Ex: On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex: Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    Ex: He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin causa alguna

  • 9 sin ningún motivo

    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no particular reason, for no good reason
    Ex. When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.
    Ex. On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex. Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    Ex. He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.
    * * *
    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no particular reason, for no good reason

    Ex: When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.

    Ex: On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex: Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    Ex: He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin ningún motivo

  • 10 sin razón alguna

    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no particular reason, for no good reason
    Ex. When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.
    Ex. On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex. Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    Ex. He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.
    * * *
    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no particular reason, for no good reason

    Ex: When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.

    Ex: On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex: Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    Ex: He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin razón alguna

  • 11 sin razón justificada

    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no good reason
    Ex. When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.
    Ex. On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex. He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.
    * * *
    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no good reason

    Ex: When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.

    Ex: On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex: He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin razón justificada

  • 12 por nada del mundo

    • for nothing in the world
    • for the world
    • neither cold nor hot
    • neither good nor bad
    • not at any price
    • not for all the world

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > por nada del mundo

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