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Translation of "adore" - English-Spanish dictionary

adore

verb   /əˈdɔːr/ ( present participle adoring, past tense and past participle adored)
to love someone or something very much adorar Sarah adored her father.
(Definition of adore from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

adore

verb /əˈdoː/
to love or like very much adorar He adores his children.
to worship. adorar, idolatrar
adorable adjective
adorable an adorable little baby.
adorably adverb
adorablemente an adorably sweet smile.
adoration /ӕdə-/ noun
worship or great love adoración She had a look of adoration on her face.
adoring adjective
lleno de amor Her adoring parents treated her like a princess.
adoringly adverb
con adoración She looked adoringly at her husband.
(Definition of adore from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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