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Translation of "snug" - English-Spanish dictionary

snug

adjective   /snʌɡ/
warm and comfortable cómodo, abrigado a snug little house
snugly adverb /ˈsnʌɡ·li/
cómodamente
(Definition of snug from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

snug

adjective /snaɡ/ ( comparative snugger, superlative snuggest)
warm, comfortable; sheltered from the cold comodo, calentito The house is small but snug.
(of clothes etc) fitting closely ajustado, apretado This jacket is a nice snug fit.
snuggle verb
to curl one’s body up especially closely against another person, for warmth etc acurrucarse, arrimarse She snuggled up to her mother and went to sleep.
snugly adverb
tightly and neatly bien, cómodamente The gun fitted snugly into my pocket.
comfortably or warmly cómodamente The girl had a scarf wrapped snugly round her neck.
snugness noun
bienestar, comodidad
(Definition of snug from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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