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Translation of "hug" - English-Spanish dictionary

hug

verb   /hʌɡ/ ( present participle hugging, past tense and past participle hugged)
B1 to put your arms around someone and hold them, usually because you love them abrazar(se) They hugged and kissed each other.
noun   /hʌɡ/
B1 the action of putting your arms around someone and holding them abrazo She gave me a big hug before she left.
(Definition of hug from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hug

verb /haɡ/ ( past tense, past participle hugged)
to hold close to oneself with the arms, especially to show love abrazar She hugged her son when he returned from the war.
to keep close to pegarse a; abrigarse During the storm, the ships all hugged the shore.
(Definition of hug from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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