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dear

adjective /diə/
high in price
caro
The prices in that shop are rather dear.
very lovable
encantador
He is such a dear little boy.
(with to) much loved
querido
She is very dear to me.
used as a polite way of addressing someone, especially in a letter
querido
Dear Sir.
dearly adverb very much or very strongly
mucho, muchísimo
I would dearly like to see you She loved him dearly.
dear interjection ( dear! / oh dear!) mild expressions of regret, sorrow, pity etc
¡Dios mío!, ¡ay, Dios!, ¡vaya!
Oh dear! I’ve forgotten my key.
(Definition of dear from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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