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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “soft spot”

soft spot

noun
 
 
have a soft spot for sb to feel that you like someone very much, often without knowing why
(常指莫名其妙地)鍾情於(某人),十分喜愛(某人)
She'd always had a soft spot for her younger nephew.
她一直很喜歡她的小侄子。
Liking
(Definition of soft spot from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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