Spanish Word for affectionate  

English Word: affectionate

Spanish Word: amante, zalamero, mimoso
The Spanish Word for affectionate
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Translated sentences containing 'affectionate'
The kittens are as affectionate as puppies.
Los gatitos son tan cariñosos como los perritos.

I should like to pay an admiring and affectionate tribute in this House to the nations and citizens of these countries.
Quiero rendir un homenaje de admiración y afecto en esta Cámara a los pueblos y ciudadanos de esos países.
Mr President, I extend a very affectionate welcome to your parents, who are present here today.
Señor Presidente, quisiera dar una calurosa bienvenida a sus padres, que están hoy con nosotros.
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.
Dear Irish Presidency, we look forward to cooperating with you and will offer our affectionate, critical, constructive and democratic opposition.
Estimada Presidencia irlandesa, estamos deseosos de cooperar con ustedes y les ofrecemos nuestra más afectuosa, crítica, constructiva y democrática oposición.
   Madam President, Commissioner, ladies and gentlemen, I should like, firstly, to extend a warm and affectionate welcome to our Bulgarian and Romanian parliamentary colleagues, as observers.
   Señora Presidenta, en esta intervención me limitaré a la candidatura de Rumanía, un país que ha pasado un año muy difícil, después de tres destructivas inundaciones que se cobraron 66 vidas, y unos daños materiales que ascienden a 1 500 millones de euros.
Next to an affectionate message to the loved one was a curious signature in French: ' Friends of the Accidental European Union.
Junto con una afectuosa dedicatoria al difunto, aparecía una curiosa firma en francés: »Los amigos de la Unión Europea Accidental».
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