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English Word: hug

Spanish Word: abrazo
The Spanish Word for hug
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Translated sentences containing 'hug'
I want to hug you.
Quiero abrazarte.
I send you a big hug.
Te mando un fuerte abrazo.
A hug and see you soon.
Un abrazo y hasta pronto.
I will give her a hug when I see her.
La abrazaré cuando la vea.
I hug my kids every morning before they go to school.
Yo abrazo a mis niños todas las mañanas antes de que se vayan a la escuela.
Some people don't like to hug or to be hugged.
A algunas personas no les gusta abrazar ni ser abrazadas.
Children should never hug someone else's dog.
Los niños nunca deben abrazar a un perro ajeno.
The groom approached his bride and gave her a hug.
El novio se acercó a su novia y la abrazó.

You do not have to hug them.
No tienen por qué abrazarles.
That is the finding in a report by the Otto-Hug-Institut at Munich University.
Esto lo ha comprobado un informe del Instituto Otto-Hug de la Universidad de Munich.
We all know that a touch can be either a gentle caress or the hug of a bear.
Todos sabemos que un toque puede ser una suave caricia o un abrazo de oso.
I did not welcome them with a hug and an affectionate pat on the shoulder as President Sarkozy used to.
No les di la bienvenida con un abrazo ni con un golpecito en el hombro como solía hacer el Presidente Sarkozy.
How can I be sure that if this resolution is accepted nobody is going to hug and kiss war criminals on my behalf?
¿Cómo puedo estar segura de que si se acepta esta resolución, nadie va a abrazar y besar a los criminales de guerra en mi nombre?
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