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Spanish translation of “fond”

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adjective /fond/
cariñoso, afectuoso
The couple exchanged fond looks a fond husband.
(of wishes, hopes etc) unlikely to be fulfilled
más querido/anhelado; ilusorio
His fond ambition was to be a film star.
fondly adverb
cariñosamente, ingenuamente
I will always remember her fondly.
fondness noun (especially with for) affection; liking
cariño, afición
her fondness for children.
fond of having a liking for
aficionado a
He is very fond of dogs.
Translations of “fond”
in Korean 좋아하는…
in Arabic سَعيد…
in French tendre, le plus cher, naïf…
in Italian felice…
in Chinese (Traditional) 喜愛, 喜愛的,喜歡的, 深情的…
in Russian любящий, приятный…
in Turkish hoş, güzel, hoşa giden…
in Polish ciepły, czuły…
in Portuguese querido, carinhoso…
in German zärtlich, kühn…
in Catalan feliç…
in Japanese 楽しい, なつかしい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喜爱, 喜爱的,喜欢的, 深情的…
(Definition of fond from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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