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Spanish translation of “kiss”

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kiss

verb /kis/
to touch with the lips as a sign of affection
besar
She kissed him when he arrived home The child kissed his parents goodnight The film ended with a shot of the lovers kissing.
kiss of life noun (medical) a mouth-to-mouth method of restoring breathing.
respiración boca a boca
Translations of “kiss”
in Korean 키스하다…
in Arabic يُقَبِّل…
in French (s’)embrasser…
in Italian baciare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吻, 接吻, 輕拂…
in Russian целовать…
in Turkish öpmek…
in Polish całować…
in Portuguese beijar…
in German küssen…
in Catalan besar, fer un petó a…
in Japanese キスする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 吻, 接吻, 轻拂…
(Definition of kiss from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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