ternura translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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ternura

  
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1    (=sentimiento)   tenderness  
(=cariño)  
affection, fondness  
miró a los niños con ternura      she looked fondly o tenderly at the children  
2    *   (=palabra)   endearment
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
miró a los niños con ternura exp.
she looked fondly {o} tenderly at the children

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'ternura' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
la abrazó con ternura
n.
el arrebato de ternura
n.
los arrebatos de ternura
exp.
llenar a algn de ternura
(IDIOMS)
exp.
despedirse de algn con ternura
[Liter.]
exp.
le sonrió tiernamente {or} con ternura
"ternura": examples and translations in context
Tenía ternura, cierta cualidad irreal en ella. There was tenderness, ... a dreamlike quality about her.
Y recordaremos esta vida de desgracias con ternura. And we'll look back on this life of our unhappiness with tenderness.
Incluso cuando ensayábamos, sentía tristeza y ternura. Even when we rehearsed it, I felt something sad and tender.
Un algo de ternura... y patetismo. Something tender it should be, and pathetic.
No sé qué hacer con mi ternura. I do not know what to do with my affection.
Ve qué personaje juego cada día para conquistar su ternura. You know what a part I play to acquire his affection.
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