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From the English verb patronize:
patronizing is:
   Gerund

patronizing  Noun
  1. Translate "patronizing" to Spanish: condescendencia
    English Synonyms of "patronizing": condescendence, patronization

patronizing  Adjective
  1. Translate "patronizing" to Spanish: condescendiente
    English Synonyms of "patronizing": obliging
    Define meaning of "patronizing": Characteristic of those who treat others with condescension.

  2. Translate "patronizing" to Spanish: sobreprotector
    English Synonyms of "patronizing": overprotective, unduly protective, governessy, patronising
    Define meaning of "patronizing": Characteristic of those who treat others with condescension.


  3. Translate "patronizing" to Spanish: contemporizador
    English Synonyms of "patronizing": adaptable, flexible, accommodating, complaisant, compliant, excessively compliant, pleasing, approbatory, temporizing
    Define meaning of "patronizing": Characteristic of those who treat others with condescension.

Conceptually-related expressions of "patronizing"
patronize  Verb
  1. Translate "patronize" to Spanish: auspiciar, dar apoyo a, apadrinar, dar soporte a, ser patronizador de
    English Synonyms of "patronize": forward, foster, further, promote, second, support, patronise
    Define meaning of "patronize": Assume sponsorship of.

  2. Translate "patronize" to Spanish: tomar una actitud condescendiente hacia, mirar despreciativamente, tratar con condescendencia a
    English Synonyms of "patronize": look condescendingly upon, look down upon, condescend to, snoot, patronise

  3. Translate "patronize" to Spanish: ser cliente regular de, comprar habitualmente en, ser cliente de
    English Synonyms of "patronize": be a customer of, be a regular customer of, buy regularly at, give one's regular patronage to, patronise
    Define meaning of "patronize": Be a regular customer or client of. ; Do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of.
  4. We patronize this store.
    Our sponsor kept our art studio going for as long as he could.


  5. Translate "patronize" to Spanish: condescender
    English Synonyms of "patronize": condescend, patronise
    Define meaning of "patronize": Treat condescendingly.

Verb Conjugation for "patronize"
Gerund: patronizing
Past Participle: patronized

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will patronize

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