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cuddleverb [I or T]

uk   us   /ˈkʌd.l̩/
to put your arms around someone and hold them in a loving way, or (of two people) to hold each other close to show love or for comfort: She cuddled the baby and eventually it stopped crying. They sat in the back row of the cinema kissing and cuddling.
cuddle
noun [C] uk   us  
Come here and give me a cuddle.
Phrasal verbs
Translations of “cuddle”
in Arabic يُعانِق…
in Korean 껴안다…
in Malaysian peluk…
in French câliner…
in Turkish sarılmak, kucaklamak, bağrına basmak…
in Italian stringere tra le braccia, coccolare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 抱, (互相)擁抱,摟抱…
in Russian обнимать…
in Polish przytulać…
in Vietnamese ôm ấp…
in Spanish abrazar, achuchar…
in Portuguese abraçar, acariciar, afagar…
in Thai กอดด้วยความรักใคร่…
in German herzen, knuddeln…
in Catalan abraçar…
in Japanese ~を抱きしめる…
in Indonesian memeluk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抱, (互相)拥抱,搂抱…
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