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Spanish translation of “adore”

adore

verb /əˈdoː/
to love or like very much
adorar
He adores his children.
to worship.
adorar, idolatrar
adorable adjective
adorable
an adorable little baby.
adorably adverb
adorablemente
an adorably sweet smile.
adoration /ӕdə-/ noun worship or great love
adoración
She had a look of adoration on her face.
adoring adjective
lleno de amor
Her adoring parents treated her like a princess.
adoringly adverb
con adoración
She looked adoringly at her husband.
(Definition of adore from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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