Translation for 'well-meaning' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   well-meaning | more well-meaning | most well-meaning
SYNO unthreatening | well-intentioned | well-meaning | ...
well-meaning {adj}добронамерен
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Translation for 'well-meaning' from English to Bulgarian

well-meaning {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • It was commonly contrasted with the stolid stocky conservative and well-meaning John Bull, dressed like an English country squire.
  • Ned Flanders is a genuinely well-meaning good-natured person and is one of the few in Springfield to whom that description applies.
  • Censorship and suppression of all opposition together with the poor state of the country's economy made this period of his reign somewhat gloomy, though the king himself in general maintained his position of a well-meaning autocrat.
  • "You Well-Meaning Brought Me Here" was released on the Famous label in 1971.
  • His role as the well-meaning but bumbling first mate among a small group of shipwrecked castaways became the one for which he is most remembered.

  • Gokhale was viewed as a well-meaning man of moderate disposition, while Tilak was a radical who would not resist using force for the attainment of freedom.
  • She and Richard Briers starred as Barbara and Tom Good – a middle-class suburban couple who decide to quit the rat race and become self-sufficient, much to the consternation of their snooty but well-meaning neighbour Margo (Penelope Keith) and her down-to-earth husband Jerry Leadbetter (Paul Eddington).
  • Manuel, a waiter played by Andrew Sachs, is a well-meaning but disorganised and confused Spaniard from Barcelona with a poor grasp of the English language and customs.
  • Meanwhile, the ineffectual but well-meaning Madero puts his trust in treacherous general Victoriano Huerta.
  • Fellowes was credited not only as the film's writer but as a technical advisor as well, meaning he wrote portions of the film as it was being produced.

  • Modern historiography presents a milder view of him, and considers him a well-meaning ruler who strived to continue his father's policies, albeit overambitiously.
  • Mickey's clumsy, dim-witted and well-meaning friend who was first introduced in 1932.
  • Brian was unsophisticated but well-meaning.
  • Romanos has been recorded as a well-meaning but ineffective emperor.
  • From the perspective of the Spanish priest, their efforts were a well-meaning attempt to improve the lives of the heathen natives.

  • The well-meaning Rawdon does have a few talents in life, most of them having to do with gambling and duelling.
  • In the film version, he is portrayed by actor Jeffrey Jones as a well-meaning but somewhat befuddled monarch of limited but enthusiastic musical skill, easily manipulated by Salieri; however, Shaffer has made it clear his play is fiction in many respects and not intended to portray historical reality.
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