with someone's compliments


with someone's compliments
with someone's compliments or with the compliments of someone
used for showing that you do not have to pay for something

Please accept this wine with the compliments of the management.


English dictionary. 2014.

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  • with someone's compliments — with someone’s compliments with the compliments of someone phrase used for showing that you do not have to pay for something Please accept this wine with the compliments of the management. Thesaurus: not costing anythingsynonym Main entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • with sb's compliments — (also (with the) compliments of sb) ► if you give something to someone with your or someone s compliments, you give it to them free: »You will be offered free champagne with the hotel s compliments. »He is trying to find a family that wants to… …   Financial and business terms

  • with the compliments of someone — with someone s compliments or with the compliments of someone used for showing that you do not have to pay for something Please accept this wine with the compliments of the management …   English dictionary

  • compliments — com‧pli‧ments [ˈkɒmplmənts ǁ ˈkɑːm ] noun [plural] with the compliments of.../​with our compliments written on a compliments slip or used when a company or organization gives or send goods to someone without charging them: • These starter packs… …   Financial and business terms

  • with the compliments of someone — ► with the compliments of someone given without charge. Main Entry: ↑compliment …   English terms dictionary

  • Complimenting and congratulating someone — ◊ clothes and appearance If you know someone quite well, or are talking to someone in an informal situation, you can compliment them on their clothes or appearance using an expression such as That s a nice coat , What a lovely dress , or I like… …   Useful english dictionary

  • complimenting and congratulating someone — ◊ clothes and appearance If you know someone quite well, or are talking to someone in an informal situation, you can compliment them on their clothes or appearance using an expression such as That s a nice coat , What a lovely dress , or I like… …   Useful english dictionary

  • compliment — com|pli|ment1 [ kamplımənt ] noun count * 1. ) something nice that you say to praise someone: It is a compliment to be compared to her. pay/give someone a compliment: He kept paying me compliments on my cooking. take something as a compliment… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • compliment — I UK [ˈkɒmplɪmənt] / US [ˈkɑmplɪmənt] noun Word forms compliment : singular compliment plural compliments * 1) a) [countable] something nice that you say to praise someone It is a compliment to be compared to her. pay/give someone a compliment:… …   English dictionary

  • compliment — noun kɒmplɪm(ə)nt a polite expression of praise or admiration. ↘(compliments) congratulations or praise expressed to someone. ↘(compliments) formal greetings sent as a message. verb kɒmplɪmɛnt 1》 politely congratulate or praise. 2》 (compliment… …   English new terms dictionary


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