= grateful ; appreciative ; appreciatively ; gratefully. Ex: The author is also grateful to Mrs D. Martin for her work in typing parts of the manuscript of this text. Ex: This article gives a brief appreciative description of the libraries of the University of Texas at Austin. Ex: 'Thank you for spending this time with me and answering my questions,' Henrietta Rood nodded and smiled appreciatively. Ex: LISU gratefully acknowledge the support and sponsorship of Swets Blackwell for this event. ---- * agradecido por = appreciative of. * estar muy agradecido a = be indebted to. * sentirse (infinitamente) agradecido = feel + (infinitely) grateful. * ser poco agradecido = be thankless. (v.) = offer + a word of thanks ; thank ; welcome ; extend + Posesivo + thanks ; be thankful ; take + a bow. Ex: In closing, I would like to offer a word of thanks to all the members of the Working Group who contributed so much of their time and effort to the development of this project. Ex: In closing, I would like once again to thank all the members of the Working Group who contributed so much of their time and effort to the development of this project. Ex: The decision to revert to standard spelling must have been widely welcomed in countries where DC is used but English is not the native language. Ex: I would like to extend my thanks to our host who was kind enough to invite me. Ex: Looking back from the present days of austerity one must be thankful that the EEC libraries were able to lay the foundations of strong collections in their respective fields. Ex: Thank you so much for teaching me, take a bow, I worked out the first part by ear but I couldnt work out the rest. ---- * agradecer la oportunidad = welcome + the opportunity. * agradecer sinceramente = pay + Posesivo + deep respects. * agradecer una iniciativa = welcome + an initiative.