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affectionnoun

uk   us   /əˈfek.ʃən/
B2 [U or S] a ​feeling of ​liking for a ​person or ​place: She felt no affection for the ​child. He had a deep affection for his ​aunt.affections [plural] feelings of ​liking or ​love: The ​formerpresident still holds a ​place in the nation's affections. Sula ​seems to have transferred her affections from Jon to his ​brother.win sb's affections to ​succeed in ​persuading someone to ​love you
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affectionnoun [C/U]

 us   /əˈfek·ʃən/
a ​feeling of ​liking someone or something: [U] Pets should be ​treated with affection. [U] Harriet ​feltgreat affection for him.
(Definition of affection from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “affection”
en coreano 애정…
en árabe عاطِفة…
in Malaysian kesukaan…
en francés affection…
en ruso привязанность…
en chino (tradicionál) 喜愛, 鍾愛, 摯愛…
en italiano affetto…
en turco sevgi, şefkât, düşkünlük…
en polaco uczucie…
en español afecto, cariño…
in Vietnamese yêu mến…
en portugués afeto…
in Thai ความรักใคร่…
en alemán die Zuneigung…
en catalán afecte…
en japonés 愛情, 愛情表現…
en chino (simplificado) 喜爱, 钟爱, 挚爱…
in Indonesian kasih sayang…
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