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noun /əˈfekʃən/
liking or fondness
afecto, cariño
I have great affection for her.
affectionate /-nət/ adjective having or showing affection
an affectionate child She is very affectionate towards her mother.
affectionately adverb
afectuosamente, cariñosamente
She hugged him affectionately.
Translations of “affection”
in Korean 애정…
in Arabic عاطِفة…
in French affection…
in Italian affetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 喜愛, 鍾愛, 摯愛…
in Russian привязанность…
in Turkish sevgi, şefkât, düşkünlük…
in Polish uczucie…
in Portuguese afeto…
in German die Zuneigung…
in Catalan afecte…
in Japanese 愛情, 愛情表現…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喜爱, 钟爱, 挚爱…
(Definition of affection from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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