charity


charity
01. When she died, she left all her money to a [charity] which helps children in developing countries.
02. We made a large donation to a [charitable] organization that is building hospitals in developing countries.
03. The children went door to door asking for donations for a [charity] raising money for children living below the poverty line.
04. Her father lost his job, but he wouldn't accept [charity], so sometimes she had nothing to eat all day.
05. He gives about 10% of his income to [charitable] organizations every month.
06. My neighbor does volunteer work for a [charitable] organization downtown.
07. I'm sorry, I already give money to a couple of different [charities] every month, and I can't afford to give any more than that.
08. Myrtle Reed once said that lots of people think they're [charitable] if they give away their old clothes and things they don't want.
09. There is an old expression in English which says that [charity] begins at home.
10. There is a German proverb which states that [charity] looks at the need, and not at the cause.
11. Albert Einstein was reluctant to sign autographs, and charged people a dollar before signing anything; he gave the dollars to [charity].
12. Drug traffickers in Bolivia often make [charitable] donations to poor communities to win public support.
13. According to the Sikh religion, the individual is expected to help others in need through [charity].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • charity — char‧i‧ty [ˈtʆærti] noun charities PLURALFORM 1. [countable] an organization that collects money to help people, for example those who are sick or poor, or to help certain types of activity such as artistic activity ; =NOT FOR PROFIT… …   Financial and business terms

  • charity — char·i·ty n pl ties: a gift for humanitarian, philanthropic, or other purposes beneficial to the public (as maintaining a public building); also: an institution (as a hospital or school) or organization founded by such a gift compare private… …   Law dictionary

  • charity — 1 *mercy, clemency, grace, lenity Analogous words: love, affection, *attachment: benevolence, humaneness, altruism (see corresponding adjectives at CHARITABLE): benignity, benignancy, kindness, kindliness (see corresponding adjectives at KIND):… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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  • Charity — f English: from the vocabulary word, denoting originally the Christian s love for his fellow man (Latin caritās, from carus dear). In spite of St Paul s words ‘and now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is… …   First names dictionary

  • charity — (n.) mid 12c., benevolence for the poor, from O.Fr. charité (O.N.Fr. carité), from L. caritatem (nom. caritas) costliness, esteem, affection (in Vulgate often used as translation of Gk. agape love especially Christian love of fellow man perhaps… …   Etymology dictionary

  • charity — ► NOUN (pl. charities) 1) an organization set up to help those in need. 2) the voluntary giving of money or other help to those in need. 3) help or money given in this way. 4) tolerance in judging others. ● charity begins at home Cf. ↑ …   English terms dictionary

  • charity — [n1] generosity, gift alms, alms giving, assistance, benefaction, beneficence, contribution, dole, donation, endowment, fund, gifting, hand*, hand out, helping hand*, largesse, oblation, offering, philanthropy, relief, write off; concepts 337,657 …   New thesaurus

  • Charity — [char′i tē] n. [see CHARITY] a feminine name …   English World dictionary

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