Перевод на русский affectionately

Перевод на русский affectionately

Affectionate — Af*fec tion*ate, a. [Cf. F. affectionn[ e].] 1. Having affection or warm regard; loving; fond; as, an affectionate brother. [1913 Webster] 2. Kindly inclined; zealous. [Obs.] Johson. [1913 Webster] Man, in his love God, and desire to please him,… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

affectionate — (adj.) 1580s, fond, loving, from AFFECTION (Cf. affection) + ATE (Cf. ate) (1). Early, now mostly obsolete, senses included inclined (1530s), prejudiced (1530s), passionate (1540s), earnest (c.1600). Other forms also used in the main modern sense … Etymology dictionary

affectionate — *loving, devoted, fond, doting Analogous words: ardent, fervent, passionate (see IMPASSIONED): *tender, sympathetic, warm Antonyms: cold: undemonstrative Contrasted words: apathetic, *impassive, stolid … New Dictionary of Synonyms

affectionate — [adj] having or showing fondness all over*, attached, caring, crazy over*, dear, devoted, doting, fond, friendly, huggy*, kind, lovey dovey*, loving, mushy*, nutty about*, partial, soft on*, sympathetic, tender, warm, warmhearted; concepts… … New thesaurus

affectionate — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ readily showing affection. DERIVATIVES affectionately adverb … English terms dictionary

affectionate — [ə fek′shən it] adj. [altered after ATE1 < Fr affectionné] 1. full of affection; tender and loving 2. Obs. mentally disposed; inclined affectionately adv … English World dictionary

affectionate — 1. adjective /əˈfɛkʃənət/ a) Having affection or warm regard; loving; fond; as, an affectionate brother. Warwick left the undertakers shop and retraced his steps until he had passed the lawyers office, toward which he threw an affectionate glance … Wiktionary

affectionate — adj. affectionate to, towards, with (affectionate with children) * * * [ə fekʃ(ə)nɪt] towards with (affectionate with children) affectionate to … Combinatory dictionary

affectionate — af|fec|tion|ate [əˈfekʃənıt] adj showing in a gentle way that you love someone and care about them = ↑loving affectionate towards ▪ Jo is very affectionate towards her. ▪ an affectionate hug >affectionately adv … Dictionary of contemporary English

affectionate — [[t]əfe̱kʃənət[/t]] ADJ GRADED If you are affectionate, you show your love or fondness for another person in the way that you behave towards them. They seemed devoted to each other and were openly affectionate. She gave me a very long and… … English dictionary

affectionate — adjective Date: 15th century 1. obsolete inclined, disposed 2. having affection or warm regard ; loving 3. motivated by affection ; tender • … New Collegiate Dictionary

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Перевод на русский affectionately

Affectionate — Af*fec tion*ate, a. [Cf. F. affectionn[ e].] 1. Having affection or warm regard; loving; fond; as, an affectionate brother. [1913 Webster] 2. Kindly inclined; zealous. [Obs.] Johson. [1913 Webster] Man, in his love God, and desire to please him,… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

affectionate — (adj.) 1580s, fond, loving, from AFFECTION (Cf. affection) + ATE (Cf. ate) (1). Early, now mostly obsolete, senses included inclined (1530s), prejudiced (1530s), passionate (1540s), earnest (c.1600). Other forms also used in the main modern sense … Etymology dictionary

affectionate — *loving, devoted, fond, doting Analogous words: ardent, fervent, passionate (see IMPASSIONED): *tender, sympathetic, warm Antonyms: cold: undemonstrative Contrasted words: apathetic, *impassive, stolid … New Dictionary of Synonyms

affectionate — [adj] having or showing fondness all over*, attached, caring, crazy over*, dear, devoted, doting, fond, friendly, huggy*, kind, lovey dovey*, loving, mushy*, nutty about*, partial, soft on*, sympathetic, tender, warm, warmhearted; concepts… … New thesaurus

affectionate — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ readily showing affection. DERIVATIVES affectionately adverb … English terms dictionary

affectionate — [ə fek′shən it] adj. [altered after ATE1 < Fr affectionné] 1. full of affection; tender and loving 2. Obs. mentally disposed; inclined affectionately adv … English World dictionary

affectionate — 1. adjective /əˈfɛkʃənət/ a) Having affection or warm regard; loving; fond; as, an affectionate brother. Warwick left the undertakers shop and retraced his steps until he had passed the lawyers office, toward which he threw an affectionate glance … Wiktionary

affectionate — adj. affectionate to, towards, with (affectionate with children) * * * [ə fekʃ(ə)nɪt] towards with (affectionate with children) affectionate to … Combinatory dictionary

affectionate — af|fec|tion|ate [əˈfekʃənıt] adj showing in a gentle way that you love someone and care about them = ↑loving affectionate towards ▪ Jo is very affectionate towards her. ▪ an affectionate hug >affectionately adv … Dictionary of contemporary English

affectionate — [[t]əfe̱kʃənət[/t]] ADJ GRADED If you are affectionate, you show your love or fondness for another person in the way that you behave towards them. They seemed devoted to each other and were openly affectionate. She gave me a very long and… … English dictionary

affectionate — adjective Date: 15th century 1. obsolete inclined, disposed 2. having affection or warm regard ; loving 3. motivated by affection ; tender • … New Collegiate Dictionary

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Перевод на русский affectionately

Affectionate — Af*fec tion*ate, a. [Cf. F. affectionn[ e].] 1. Having affection or warm regard; loving; fond; as, an affectionate brother. [1913 Webster] 2. Kindly inclined; zealous. [Obs.] Johson. [1913 Webster] Man, in his love God, and desire to please him,… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

affectionate — (adj.) 1580s, fond, loving, from AFFECTION (Cf. affection) + ATE (Cf. ate) (1). Early, now mostly obsolete, senses included inclined (1530s), prejudiced (1530s), passionate (1540s), earnest (c.1600). Other forms also used in the main modern sense … Etymology dictionary

affectionate — *loving, devoted, fond, doting Analogous words: ardent, fervent, passionate (see IMPASSIONED): *tender, sympathetic, warm Antonyms: cold: undemonstrative Contrasted words: apathetic, *impassive, stolid … New Dictionary of Synonyms

affectionate — [adj] having or showing fondness all over*, attached, caring, crazy over*, dear, devoted, doting, fond, friendly, huggy*, kind, lovey dovey*, loving, mushy*, nutty about*, partial, soft on*, sympathetic, tender, warm, warmhearted; concepts… … New thesaurus

affectionate — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ readily showing affection. DERIVATIVES affectionately adverb … English terms dictionary

affectionate — [ə fek′shən it] adj. [altered after ATE1 < Fr affectionné] 1. full of affection; tender and loving 2. Obs. mentally disposed; inclined affectionately adv … English World dictionary

affectionate — 1. adjective /əˈfɛkʃənət/ a) Having affection or warm regard; loving; fond; as, an affectionate brother. Warwick left the undertakers shop and retraced his steps until he had passed the lawyers office, toward which he threw an affectionate glance … Wiktionary

affectionate — adj. affectionate to, towards, with (affectionate with children) * * * [ə fekʃ(ə)nɪt] towards with (affectionate with children) affectionate to … Combinatory dictionary

affectionate — af|fec|tion|ate [əˈfekʃənıt] adj showing in a gentle way that you love someone and care about them = ↑loving affectionate towards ▪ Jo is very affectionate towards her. ▪ an affectionate hug >affectionately adv … Dictionary of contemporary English

affectionate — [[t]əfe̱kʃənət[/t]] ADJ GRADED If you are affectionate, you show your love or fondness for another person in the way that you behave towards them. They seemed devoted to each other and were openly affectionate. She gave me a very long and… … English dictionary

affectionate — adjective Date: 15th century 1. obsolete inclined, disposed 2. having affection or warm regard ; loving 3. motivated by affection ; tender • … New Collegiate Dictionary

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