English translation: for purely altruistic motives
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Antony Price Spain Local time: 11:57 Meets criteria Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 4
Thanks, Anthony - I think this is closest to the meaning of the original.
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Asker: Thanks, Anthony - was considering 'altrusitic'.
1 hr confidence: peer agreement (net): +3
Explanation: Just to put an alternative on the table. For a direct translation, I think Antony's is excellent. This is a different approach, obvious much freer as a translation but the kind of thing charities often say to thank donors. "Please give generously" / "Thank you for giving so generously". I think it would go well in the context of an expression of thanks: not so much analysing their motives but praising their unselfish generosity. "Unselfishly" would be a bit closer to "desinteresada", but "generously" is what I think would be said.
Charles Davis Spain Local time: 11:57 Meets criteria Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 52
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