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gracias

[grah-thee-ahs, -see-; English grah-see-uh s] /ˈgrɑ θiˌɑs, -si-; English ˈgrɑ si əs/
interjection, Spanish.
1.
thank you.
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  • Si entra a una pulpera y le convida un extrao: gracias, amigo, a pagar lo que guste.

  • gracias, seorita, but that rests with you,” was the response.

    Across the Mesa Jarvis Hall
  • She smiled, then blushed, uttered a soft “gracias, cavallero!”

    The White Chief Mayne Reid
  • It was, indeed, a most accomplished cough, all gracias had been indebted to it.

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  • gracias agreed with her there—the severing would be difficult; old associations, indeed, had always been gracias's strong point.

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  • It was the greatest relief when we heard that you had reached gracias.

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  • Then she wrote three trembling lines to Lucian, at gracias--Dios.

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  • The Doctor, relieved, went up to gracias to see his other patients.

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  • This was worse even than the knives and the galloping, and gracias was considering what had better be done, when, lo!

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