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affectionate inglés:

1. affection affection

If you don't care for Tom, don't toy with his affections / Everyone knows of his affection for that dog
deep affection
An ardent affection for the human race makes enthusiastic characters eager to produce alteration in laws and governments prematurely.
Though passion may have strained, it must not break our bonds of affection.
Affection sprang up between them.
Eleanor suffered severely for her conjugal affection even after the death of her husband by being imprisoned for the dreadful period of forty-three years.
The girl wanted to monopolize her father's affection and tended to view her mother as a competitor.
Young people can recognize this about romantic love, but they find it hard to accept the same fierce element in parental affection.
In contrast, in the families where both mother and father are concentrated on their careers, children often feel neglected and find it very difficult to develop a close relationship based on trust and affection.
Adoption is a value, a genuine display of love which opens the door to a new family for a child who unfortunately can no longer count on the affection of his or her own dear ones.
Don't you feel any affection towards him? He looked at her with affection. I felt a growing affection for him.
affection is the feeling you have for someone when you like them very much
For a moment the last sunshine fell with romantic affection upon her glowing face.
Let us indulge in exaggerated displays of affection!
I guess Ichiko is a fellow rule-breaker, she's sending me a smile filled with affection for a comrade.

Inglés palabraaffectionate"(affection) ocurre en conjuntos:

The adjective - practice

2. unaffectionate unaffectionate

Inglés palabraaffectionate"(unaffectionate) ocurre en conjuntos:

Podaj zaprzeczenia słówek po angielsku
Pleased to meet you - przeczenia

3. describes someone who shows friendship or love easily describes someone who shows friendship or love easily

Inglés palabraaffectionate"(describes someone who shows friendship or love easily) ocurre en conjuntos:

new opportunities - intermediate

4. showing fondness

Inglés palabraaffectionate"(showing fondness) ocurre en conjuntos:

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5. affect

The introduction of the new tax is expected to affect the entire economy.
affect life
Let's make him responsible for preparing the materials for everyone and see how it affects his behaviour.
This result means, contrary to prior expectations, that the number of variants does not affect the processing speed.
To no one's surprise, loud noise has been proved to affect one's sense of hearing.
For some companies their treatment of their employees or clients at any given time could affect their share prices and so inevitably have a great influence on the company’s success or failure.
You may not agree with some of their major policies and this could affect your working relationship.
An exclusively behavioral approach to psychology ignores family problems, school situations, and a host of other issues that can adversely affect a child's emotional and psychological growth.
1. It may affect people in strange ways. / 2. It might affect him in later life.
v. to produce an effect on; to influence ("A lack of sleep affected the singer's performance.")
We cannot forget that the rise in oil prices is directly affecting fishers' incomes.
There is going to be restructuring in our company but don't worry - staff will not be affected.
Globalisation, however, affects all human activity to a greater or lesser extant"
He reads some of the letters and realizes that his mother lives in London. Terrified embarks on traveling to London. The book is amazing and affecting by its humor and compassionate wisdom of the author.
This group passes out information on such things as travel and health care, and encourages its members to vote on issues that affect this age group such as legislation regulating the insurance industry, medical care and housing.

6. people show that they love or like people very much

7. showing in a gentle way that you love someone and care about them

8. loving

I can't help loving her.
We stop loving ourselves when no one loves us.
Loving is the essence of life.
Children need loving.
I know he will only continue disappointing me, but I can't help loving him.
He wore a jaunty coat of chocolate-colored velvet, with diamond buttons, and with two huge pockets which were always filled with bones, dropped there at dinner by his loving mistress.
Just because it's a "safe day" I'm not going to make out like monkeys without protection. Isn't it the duty of loving sex to take proper care of contraception?
We parents sometimes become blind in loving our children too much.
To be in love is not the same as loving. You can be in love with a woman and still hate her.
Whatever you need to talk about, if I will do, I'll answer with loving care.
I prefer to leave my Spanish sentences in the loving arms of a Hispanophone.
The old woman extended a loving hand to the children.
His loving wife looked after him while he was ill.
Sandy's such a loving dog. He's always so happy to see us when we come home.
If you stop loving the robot, it will take its revenge upon you "That robot will--" "Yes" " What type of revenge?" "It will kill you"

9. feeling or showing affection or warm regards