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pamper

verb [T] uk   /ˈpæm.pər/  us   /-pɚ/
to give someone special treatment, making that person as comfortable as possible and giving them whatever they want: She pampers her dog with the finest steak and salmon. Why not pamper yourself after a hard day with a hot bath scented with oils?
pampered
adjective uk   /-pəd/  us   /-pɚd/
He was a pampered rich kid who was driven to school in a limousine.
Translations of “pamper”
in Vietnamese nuông chiều…
in Spanish mimar, consentir…
in Thai เอาอกเอาใจ…
in Malaysian memanjakan…
in French dorloter…
in German verhätscheln…
in Chinese (Traditional) 細心照顧,精心護理, 縱容,嬌慣…
in Indonesian memanjakan…
in Russian баловать, нежить…
in Turkish şımartmak, yüz vermek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 细心照顾,精心护理, 纵容,娇惯…
in Polish rozpieszczać, dogadzać…
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