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Spanish translation of “cling”

cling

verb /kliŋ/ (past tense, past participle clung /klaŋ/)
(usually with to) to stick (to); to grip tightly
engancharse, adherirse
The mud clung to her shoes She clung to her husband as he said goodbye He clings to an impossible hope The boat clung to (= stayed close to) the coastline.
clingfilm noun (British ) a very thin transparent plastic material which is used to wrap around food in order to keep it fresh; plastic wrap(American)
Adherente, Film
The sandwiches were wrapped in clingfilm.
(Definition of cling from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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