Translation for 'affectionate' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   affectionate | more affectionate | most affectionate
VERB   to affectionate | affectionated | affectionated
affectionating | affectionates
SYNO affectionate | fond | lovesome | ...
affectionate {adj}ласкав
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Translation for 'affectionate' from English to Bulgarian

affectionate {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Canadians use "Canuck" as an affectionate or merely descriptive term for their nationality.
  • Gatemouth is an affectionate name for one who talks too much.
  • Affectionate, and somewhat mischievous, the yellow-collared macaw has a reputation for being an intelligent and resourceful little parrot.
  • and the breed standard calls for a dog that is "gentle mannered, sensitive, playful and affectionate."
  • Papa is a word used in many languages as an affectionate term for father.

  • Like most hounds, the Redbone is an affectionate, gentle dog that strives to please its owner when not hunting.
  • Regarding the question of whether all affectionate contact is forbidden, or only lustful sexual contact, R' Aharon Lichtenstein ruled that even non-sexual affectionate contact is forbidden.
  • The "Sydney Morning Herald" called it "skittish and affectionate".
  • Keller's neighbors said that he was very helpful, friendly and affectionate with animals.
  • Later, during a sunset dinner at Playa Alicia, Chris expresses concern that Jessie is not as physically affectionate as he is, and she promises to be more affectionate moving forward.

  • He was nicknamed "Cholo", an affectionate form how Chileans refers to the native people from Peru.
  • Er Shun's character traits include being docile, lively and affectionate towards her zoo keepers.
  • 2)“Affectionate feelings and affectionate expressions are distinct experiences”(Floyd, 2006, p.163).
  • The word is derived from the terms [...] ('cool, calm') and [...] ('to become affectionate').
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