English to Welsh Meaning :: dignify

Dignify :
urddas
- urddasdignifiesrhaid anrhydeddu
 

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Verb(1) confer dignity or honor upon(2) raise the status of

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(1) What's causing you to dignify it by acting as if it's a worthy endeavor rather than yet another unnecessary cash-in attempt?(2) ÔÇÿStabilityÔÇÖ is a fancy term to dignify laziness and complacency as sophistication.(3) It ain't easy, but it ain't the Tour [and] we will not even dignify golfers in this discussion.(4) More importantly, what sort of record label would dignify such amateurish enthusiasm by actually releasing it?(5) When did we no longer appreciate that to dignify certain modes of behavior, manners, and ways of being with artistic representation was implicitly to glorify and promote them?(6) Confronted with such an interrogation our beloved Prime Minister would undoubtedly say that he would not dignify it with acknowledgement, let alone answers, and he would be perfectly within his rights to do so.(7) Doctrine aside, it seemed strange to me that he would choose the word ÔÇÿclosetÔÇÖ to dignify Mary; or, to put it the other way around, that something as mundane as a closet could be sanctified.(8) Their dancing, if I can even dignify it as such, was a composite of waist twisting, arm flailing and a vaudeville-style feet shuffle.(9) But if those seeking to understand the genome through bioinformatic and evolutionary analysis had had just one fraction of a percent of the funds available to the Consortium and Celera, they might have already achieved the transformation of mere data (let us not dignify it as "knowledge") into understanding?(10) The Scottish election will confirm that there is a crisis of democracy in Britain today, in so far as nearly half of us won't even bother to get out and dignify the great devolution experiment with a vote.(11) It is probably a waste of time to dignify this silliness.(12) Socialism will sacrifice these lives because it believes that to dignify a foetus with the title ÔÇÿhumanÔÇÖ is a religious superstition.(13) It's just that nowadays we feel the need to dignify our obsessions by passing them off as artistic or educational endeavours.(14) The assorted weirdos (let's not dignify them with the term ÔÇÿcontestantsÔÇÖ) will be initially split into two separate groups of 12, each unaware of the others existence.(15) The guy has brought all his resources to bear to pay tribute to blue collar heroism, dignify mundane aspirations, memorialize the dead, and console the survivors.(16) The outcome is a series of eye-catching shelters that enhance and dignify bus travel and make a strong statement in the urban environment.
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(1) dignify ::
urddas
Synonyms
Verb
1. ennoble ::
ennoble
2. enhance ::
gwella
3. distinguish ::
gwahaniaethu
4. add distinction to ::
ychwanegu gwahaniaeth i
5. honor ::
anrhydedd
6. grace ::
gras
7. exalt ::
exalt
8. magnify ::
chwyddo
9. glorify ::
gogoneddwch
10. elevate ::
dyrchafu
Antonyms
1. abase ::
abase
2. degrade ::
diraddio
3. demean ::
demean
4. humble ::
ostyngedig
5. humiliate ::
bychanu
Different Forms
dignifies, dignify, dignifying
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