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 Translation for 'caress' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a caress | caresses
VERB   to caress | caressed | caressed
caressing | caresses
SYNO to caress | to fondle
to caress {verb}милвам [несв.]
caress {noun}ласка {ж}
caress {noun}милувка {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • The missionary position is often preferred by couples who enjoy the romantic aspects of ample skin-to-skin contact and opportunities to look into each other's eyes and kiss and caress each other.
  • By thee for goodness each heart caress'd.
  • He kisses her and realises that she is physically revolted by his caress.
  • com's Gene Wojciechowski called UM's one-game suspensions "a soothing caress and manicure," and described Reddick's actions as "criminal conduct."
  • Pornography and carnography share the feature of close, intimate physical contact, whether it be to caress or to attack.

  • The World Music Magazine of Barcelona wrote "his music is a caress that makes us feel human at least for a few moments".
  • ... "caress") is a mucilaginous or oleaginous preparation that forms a soothing protective film over a mucous membrane, relieving minor pain and inflammation of the membrane.
  • Milovanov or Milovanova (feminine), sometimes spelled Mylovanov/Mylovanova, is a Slavic last name derived from the male given name Milovan (a Slavic name derived from the passive adjective "milovati" ("caress")).
  • She coined the term Karezza (from the Italian for "caress") and authored a book by this name in 1896.
  • Since Hawkins does little other than caress the melodies, nothing significant happens, making this one of the most dispensable Coleman Hawkins ever".

  • Angela has an ability to heal others through her caress which she doesn't know yet.
  • The following year, she was arrested again in London for inviting members of the public to place their hands into a mirrored box around her body and caress her breasts or her vulva.
  • A recitative, "Drum sucht auch Amor sein Vergnügen" (Therefore Love himself seeks his pleasure), leads to the third aria, "Wenn die Frühlingslüfte streichen" (When the springtime breezes caress), with a solo violin, in elegiac mood.
  • Males follow this scent and caress the females with their antennae before mating takes place.
  • Fluidity in the upper torso is characteristic of Odissi dance, which is often compared to the gentle sea waves which caress the Orissa beaches.

  • They are permitted to caress and cuddle her, but vaginal penetration is not allowed.
  • Alice Stockham coined the term "karezza", derived from the Italian word "carezza" meaning "caress", to describe "coitus reservatus", but the idea was already in practice at the Oneida Community.
  • "Accarezzame" (Neapolitan for "caress me") is a song composed by Nisa and Pino Calvi. The song premiered at the 1954 edition of the [...] , performed by Teddy Reno.
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