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fond

adjective /fond/
loving
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.
(Definition of fond from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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