Definitions for condolence
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an expression of sympathy with another's grief
"they sent their condolences"
comfort, support or sympathy
There was not much to do after the accident but offer what condolence I could.
An expression of comfort, support, or sympathy offered to the family and friends of somebody who has died
I sent her a card expressing my condolences after her mother passed away.
Origin: From condoleo, from con- + doleo.
expression of sympathy with another in sorrow or grief
Origin: [Cf. F. condolance.]
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Our condolence goes out to the family of the victim.
Ya I’m a heartless little fucking creep who smash and grabs and puts people in play. I took Celine Dion for a ride on her reputation with the help of dirty-tricking Rubin Fogel everywhere I went since I have no talent of my own and no I don’t feel like tweeting her a condolence on Rene’s passing and you can’t compel me. That’s just the way I am. I’m ‘special’ like that. Life’s rough!
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Translations for condolence
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- تعزية, تأسيةArabic
- съболезнования, съчувствиеBulgarian
- Kondolenz, Beileid, AnteilnahmeGerman
- osanotto, pahoittelu, myötätuntoFinnish
- réconfort, condoléancesFrench
- 哀悼, 悔やみJapanese
- innige deelnemingDutch
- pêsame, condolênciaPortuguese
- compătimire, consolare, condoleanțeRomanian
- сочувствие, соболезнованиеRussian
- taziye, başsağlığıTurkish
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