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polite

  • 1 polite

    {pə'lait}
    1. учтив, вежлив, любезен
    to do the POLITE разг. мъча се да бъда учтив
    2. изтънчен, културен, изискан (за стил и пр.)
    POLITE letters/literature/learning изящна литература, белетристика
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    {pъ'lait} a 1. учтив, вежлив, любезен; to do the polite разг. мъча
    * * *
    учтив; светски; приветлив; вежлив; възпитан; коректен; културен;
    * * *
    1. polite letters/literature/learning изящна литература, белетристика 2. to do the polite разг. мъча се да бъда учтив 3. изтънчен, културен, изискан (за стил и пр.) 4. учтив, вежлив, любезен
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    polite[pə´lait] adj 1. учтив, вежлив, любезен; коректен, възпитан; to do the \polite разг. мъча се да бъда учтив; it is the \polite thing to... вежливостта изисква да...; 2. изтънчен; културен; изискан, изящен (за стил и пр.); \polite letters ( literature) изящна литература, белетристика; FONT face=Times_Deutsch◊ adv politely.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > polite

  • 2 polite

    любезен

    English-Bulgarian small dictionary > polite

  • 3 polite

    учтив

    English-Bulgarian small dictionary > polite

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  • Polite — Po*lite , a. [Compar. {Politer}; superl. {Politest}.] [L. politus, p. p. of polire to polish: cf. F. poli. See {Polish}, v.] 1. Smooth; polished. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Rays of light falling on a polite surface. Sir I. Newton. [1913 Webster] 2.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • polite — [pə līt′] adj. [L politus, pp. of polire, to POLISH] 1. having or showing culture or good taste; polished; cultured; refined [polite society, polite letters] 2. having or showing good manners; esp., courteous, considerate, tactful, etc. SYN.… …   English World dictionary

  • Polite — Po*lite , v. t. To polish; to refine; to render polite. [Obs.] Ray. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • polite — ► ADJECTIVE (politer, politest) 1) courteous and well mannered. 2) cultured and refined: polite society. DERIVATIVES politely adverb politeness noun. ORIGIN Latin politus polished, made smooth , from polire …   English terms dictionary

  • polite — index diplomatic, discreet, formal, obeisant Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • polite — (adj.) mid 13c., from L. politus refined, elegant, lit. polished, pp. of polire to polish, to make smooth. Used literally at first in English; sense of elegant, cultured is first recorded c.1500, that of behaving courteously is 1762 …   Etymology dictionary

  • polite — *civil, courteous, courtly, gallant, chivalrous Analogous words: *suave, urbane, diplomatic, politic: *thoughtful, considerate, attentive Antonyms: impolite …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • polite — [adj] mannerly, civilized affable, amenable, amiable, attentive, bland, civil, complaisant, concerned, conciliatory, condescending, considerate, cordial, courteous, courtly, cultured, deferential, diplomatic, elegant, friendly, genteel, gentle,… …   New thesaurus

  • polite — po|lite S3 [pəˈlaıt] adj [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: , past participle of polire; POLISH1] 1.) behaving or speaking in a way that is correct for the social situation you are in, and showing that you are careful to consider other people s… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • polite — adjective 1 behaving or speaking in a way that is correct for the social situation you are in, and showing that you are careful to consider other people s needs and feelings: a polite refusal | What polite well behaved children! | it is polite to …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • polite */ — UK [pəˈlaɪt] / US adjective Word forms polite : adjective polite comparative politer superlative politest a) someone who is polite behaves towards other people in a pleasant way that follows all the usual rules of society polite to: You must be… …   English dictionary

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