English to Italian Meaning :: indulgent

Indulgent :
indulgente
- indulgente
 
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Adjective(1) characterized by or given to yielding to the wishes of someone(2) tolerant or lenient(3) being favorably inclined

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(1) The personality is trusting and trustworthy, indulgent and generous to itself and others.(2) His demeanor suddenly changed from gentle, indulgent parent, to barking hellion.(3) She gave me the look of an indulgent parent and then we moved on.(4) They see it as either indulgent (weak and hence immoral) or as patronizing.(5) Ultimately, all they do is thicken the atmosphere of self - indulgent waywardness that has suffused the book by the time she reaches her Howard's end.(6) There are still people who would go for a cool understated chic, and in our time of personally indulgent dressing this is probably the time to do it.(7) Grandparents tend to be more indulgent of grandchildren than the parents themselves.(8) He proceeded to live a luxurious, but not totally indulgent , life.(9) Our parents were usually indulgent , and confident about themselves.(10) This may account for the resultant lack of focus and indulgent tone that manifests itself in the majority of the pieces.(11) This might sound indulgent , but it feels right.(12) Perhaps one could say that it was much more liberal, to the point of indulgent .(13) When she shared her new mantra with me, I had to agree it sounded indulgent , sensual and exciting.(14) He is indulgent about this, but plainly baffled.(15) Physical punishment is administered, although parents tend to be indulgent with young children.(16) Ma Jacobs spoke again, but this time her voice deceptively soft and indulgent .
Related Words
(1) self-indulgent ::
autoindulgente
Synonyms
Adjective
1. permissive ::
permissivo
2. easygoing ::
affabile
3. liberal ::
liberale
4. tolerant ::
tollerante
5. forgiving ::
perdonare
7. lenient ::
indulgente
8. kind ::
genere
9. kindly ::
gentilmente
10. generous ::
generoso
11. softhearted ::
softhearted
12. compassionate ::
compassionevole
13. understanding ::
comprensione
14. sympathetic ::
comprensivo
15. fond ::
affettuoso
17. soft ::
morbido
18. compliant ::
conforme
19. obliging ::
compiacente
20. accommodating ::
accomodante
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