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Translation of "kiss" - English-Spanish dictionary

kiss

verb   /kɪs/
A2 to put your lips against another person’s lips or skin because you love or like that person besar He kissed her cheek. I kissed her goodbye.
noun   /kɪs/
A2 the action of kissing someone beso She ran up and gave me a big kiss.
give someone the kiss of life
to help to keep someone who has stopped breathing alive by blowing into their mouth hacer el boca a boca a alguien
(Definition of kiss from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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
(Definition of kiss from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “kiss”
in Korean 키스하다…
in Arabic يُقَبِّل…
in Malaysian ciuman…
in French (s’)embrasser…
in Russian целовать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吻, 接吻, 輕拂…
in Italian baciare…
in Turkish öpmek…
in Polish całować…
in Vietnamese hôn…
in Portuguese beijar…
in Thai จูบ…
in German küssen…
in Catalan besar, fer un petó a…
in Japanese キスする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 吻, 接吻, 轻拂…
in Indonesian mencium…
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