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caress

verb /kəˈres/
to touch gently and lovingly
acariciar
She caressed the horse’s neck.
Translations of “caress”
in Arabic يُلاطِف, يُداعِب…
in Korean 어루만지다…
in Malaysian membelai…
in French caresser…
in Turkish okşamak, dokunmak, hafif hafif okşayarak sevmek…
in Italian carezzare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 愛撫, 撫摸, 親吻…
in Russian ласкать…
in Polish pieścić…
in Vietnamese vuốt ve…
in Portuguese acariciar…
in Thai สัมผัสด้วยความรัก…
in German liebkosen…
in Catalan acariciar…
in Japanese ~を優しくなでる…
in Indonesian membelai…
in Chinese (Simplified) 爱抚, 抚摸, 亲吻…
(Definition of caress from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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