与える, 賜る, 賜う, 垂れる
Verb(1) present(2) give as a gift(3) bestow a quality on
(1) stooping to bestow the presents into eager hands(2) The award of directorships is more significant than the bestowal of gongs; and reading what the papers say is not the same as knowing why they say it.(3) The bestowal of peace upon the disciples may also echo a feature of the liturgy, the greeting or kiss of peace - a feature of the liturgy from the earliest times.(4) In part, the inspiration consisted of the unpredictable bestowal of excessive praise and undeserved blame, a technique which he would later use to such effect with his own pupils.(5) The nobles, who, because of their birth and wealth controlled access to all essential services, were expected to provide various services to their cities in exchange for the public bestowal of honor from the inhabitants.(6) Freedom is not a gift bestowed upon us by other men, but a right that belongs to us by the laws of God and nature.(7) I would first like to thank the University for the honour it has bestowed upon me today.(8) On accepting the honour bestowed on her by the Mayo Society, Mary received a standing ovation by all in attendance.(9) Or was the bestowal of a glass of wine regarded as a necessary courtesy in broaching or sealing these unsentimental transactions?(10) These awaken our appreciation for all the gifts God has bestowed upon us and remind us of how much God loves us.(11) The Lord Lieutenant High Honour is bestowed once a year by the Lord Lieutenant of each county.(12) It is a gift, bestowed on relatively few people, and certainly not something to be mandated.(13) Here are buildings constructed by the faithful and the finest artists and architects throughout the centuries, more beautiful than ever but not really serving their highest purpose: the praise of God and the bestowal of grace on men.(14) The goddess is now depicted as a blind power, and hence as completely careless and indiscriminate in the bestowal of her gifts.(15) A person's highest happiness is found in the bestowal of benefits on those he loves; love finds its most natural and spontaneous expression in giving.(16) Both men were well worthy of the honour bestowed on them and should be an example to others to put in the same effort in their native place.
(1) bestow upon :: 授けます
1. confer on ::
2. confer ::
3. bring ::
Different Formsbestow, bestowal, bestowals, bestowed, bestowing, bestows
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