Dictionary source: Spanish English Learner's Dictionary
Spanish to English translation of regalo (n.) = courtesy ; donation ; gift ; present ; freebie ; giveaway [give-away] ; seasonal gift. Nota: Especialmente aquellos que se hacen durante las fiestas típicas del calendario como Navidades, Semana Santa, etc. Ex: Why dont't they give these people some lessons in common courtesy?. Ex: This donation influenced the decision to locate TIP services in all Detroit's branch libraries. Ex: That is the great gift literature can give one. Ex: The first thing I did was pile them one on another and then sit on them while I looked at my other presents. Ex: The best things in life are free: even with e-commerce, there are freebies to be had on the Web. Ex: The event was a multicultural readers' fair featuring celebrity speakers, authors, ethnic music and dancing and book giveaways. Ex: Books strong on visual appeal are always high on seasonal gift lists. ---- * cultura del regalo = gift culture. * cupón de regalo = gift certificate. * economía del regalo = gift economy. * ejemplar de regalo = gift copy. * flor de regalo = cut flower. * libro de regalo = gift book. * merecerse un regalo = deserve + a little something. * papel de envolver regalos = gift wrapping paper. * precio de regalo = giveaway price. * regalo de boda = wedding gift. * regalo de cumpleaños = birthday present. * regalo de dios = godsend ; God-given. * regalo llovido del cielo = boon. * regalos de promoción = swag. * regalos promocionales = swag. * tarjeta (de) regalo = gift card. * tienda de artículos para regalo = gift shop ; novelty shop ; gift store. * tienda de regalos = souvenir shop ; gift shop ; novelty shop ; gift store. * vale canjeable por un regalo = gift voucher. * vale de regalo = gift certificate. (v.) = give away ; bargain away ; gift + Nombre + with. Ex: This must be done in a fully commercial way, not by giving away machines or paper, nor by giving away imported books. Ex: Reduced support is a fact of life, and librarians cannot bargain away their budget pressures. Ex: Life has not blessed her with parental love, but has gifted her with beauty that's the world's envy. ---- * los hay para dar y regalar = there's one born every minute. * regalarse la vista con = feast + Posesivo + eyes on. * regalarse los ojos con = feast + Posesivo + eyes on. * tener dinero para dar y regalar = be loaded with money ; be made of money ; have + money to burn ; be rolling in money ; be filthy rich.