Close+hug

  • 1hug — [n] embrace affection, bear hug*, bunny hug*, caress, clasp, clinch, lock, squeeze, tight grip; concepts 190,375 Ant. push, release hug [v] hold close, cling to bear hug, be near to, cherish, clasp, clinch, cradle, cuddle, embrace, enbosom,… …

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  • 2Hug (сингл) — «Hug» Сингл DBSK Выпущен …

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  • 3hug — [hug] vt. hugged, hugging [prob. via dial. < ON hugga, to comfort, console] 1. to put the arms around and hold closely; esp., to embrace tightly and affectionately 2. to squeeze tightly between the forelegs, as a bear does 3. to cling to or… …

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  • 4Hug — Hug, v. t. 1. To press closely within the arms; to clasp to the bosom; to embrace. And huggen me in his arms. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. To hold fast; to cling to; to cherish. [1913 Webster] We hug deformities if they bear our names. Glanvill. [1913 …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5Close My Eyes (film) — Close My Eyes Promotional movie poster for the film Directed by Stephen Poliakoff Produced by …

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  • 6Hug — Hug, n. A close embrace or clasping with the arms, as in affection or in wrestling. Fuller. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7hug-me-tight — /hug mee tuyt /, n. a woman s short, warm, close fitting jacket, usually knitted or crocheted and often sleeveless. [1855 60, Amer.] * * * …

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  • 8hug — ► VERB (hugged, hugging) 1) squeeze or hold tightly in one s arms. 2) keep close to: a few craft hugged the shore. ► NOUN ▪ an act of hugging. DERIVATIVES huggable adjective …

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  • 9hug — hug1 [hʌg] v past tense and past participle hugged present participle hugging [T] [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Probably from a Scandinavian language] 1.) to put your arms around someone and hold them tightly to show love or friendship = ↑embrace ▪… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 10hug — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. caress, embrace, enfold, clasp; cherish; press, fit. See love, nearness, endearment. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. embrace, squeeze, tight grip, caress, demonstration of affection, clinch*, bunny hug*, bear …

    English dictionary for students

  • 11hug — [[t]hʌ̱g[/t]] hugs, hugging, hugged 1) V RECIP When you hug someone, you put your arms around them and hold them tightly, for example because you like them or are pleased to see them. You can also say that two people hug each other or that they… …

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  • 12hug — I UK [hʌɡ] / US verb Word forms hug : present tense I/you/we/they hug he/she/it hugs present participle hugging past tense hugged past participle hugged * 1) [intransitive/transitive] to put your arms round someone to show your love or friendship …

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  • 13Hug High School — Infobox School name =Hug High School motto = established =1968 type =Public affiliation = district =Washoe County School District grades =9 12 president = principal =Andrew Kelly head of school = dean = faculty = staff = students = enrollment… …

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  • 14hug — hug1 [ hʌg ] verb * 1. ) intransitive or transitive to put your arms around someone to show your love or friendship: They stood hugging on the platform. People were hugging and kissing each other. hug someone tight: Mike picked up his daughter… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 15hug — [c]/hʌg / (say hug) verb (hugged, hugging) –verb (t) 1. to clasp tightly in the arms, especially with affection; embrace. 2. to cling firmly or fondly to: to hug an opinion. 3. to keep close to, as in sailing, horseracing or going along: to hug… …

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  • 16close — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun VERB + CLOSE ▪ bring sth to ▪ The chairperson brought the meeting to a close. ▪ come to, draw to ▪ The decade drew to a close with the threat of war hanging over Europe …

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  • 17hug — hugger, n. huggingly, adv. /hug/, v., hugged, hugging, n. v.t. 1. to clasp tightly in the arms, esp. with affection; embrace. 2. to cling firmly or fondly to; cherish: to hug an opinion. 3. to keep close to, as in sailing, walking, or in moving… …

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  • 18hug — 1 verb hugged, hugging (T) 1 to put your arms around someone and hold them tightly to show love or friendship: Jane threw her arms around him and hugged him tight. 2 to hold something in your arms close to your chest: He was hugging a big pile of …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19hug — [[t]hʌg[/t]] v. hugged, hug•ging, n. 1) to clasp tightly in the arms, esp. with affection; embrace: to hug a child[/ex] 2) to cling firmly or fondly to; cherish: to hug a belief[/ex] 3) to keep close to, as in sailing or in moving along or… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 20hug — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ big, huge ▪ affectionate, comforting, friendly, loving, reassuring, warm ▪ …

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