In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(like, enjoy)I adore figs — me encantan / me enloquecen los higos
- he adores being flattered — le encanta que lo adulen
- I adored her last film — su última película me pareció sensacional / me encantó
2(love)(wife/son) adorarthey adore each other — se adoran
- We love and adore Elizabeth, and she's doing very well right now.
- My mother adored me, and of course my father loved me as well.
- ‘They want something to love and babies adore you,’ she said.
- Jeremy adores him and Brian loves spending time with him.
- He adores you, loves you more than anyone, anything.
- Not that she minded very much; Kimmy was her daughter too and she loved and adored her.
- She was very close to Lillie and spoke of her aunt warmly as a patient and loving person who adored her and her brothers.
- He loved people, adored our friends and was the life of any party we had at home.
- Act one centers on six year old Zac, a quiet, loving boy who adores his parents and fights with his brothers.
- George adores Tom and is deeply saddened and angered when his father sells him.
- In this way Father Frost became a dearly loved and adored character among Bulgarian children.
- I loved her, adored her and what she represented.
- While the people who saw him when he was first born adored him, their love for him has become so much greater now that he's developed his own personality.
- Sully could see that the soul and heart and person behind those eyes loved him, adored him…
- It seemed that at Queensmead he was adored and loved where ever he went, and by many different year groups, not just our own.
- He has no enemies, everyone loves him, adores him.
- Mam loved people, adored God and family and always wanted the other person, whether family or friend to have half of whatever she had.
- He loves and adores you and you love him in return.
- I asked her if you loved - adored me, but she could not say.
- In the US, there's a lot of people who love and adore her, but equally there are probably those that don't like her.
3adoring present participle(gaze) lleno de adoración(parents) amantísimo
- So many Christian visions of heaven, in art and literature, portray angels and saints doing nothing but adoring and praising God's name.
- Apart from the Vaishnavas' Vishnu, Shaivites Shiva and Shakta's Devi there are three more godheads that are adored.
- Now, having inspired the entire neighborhood to renovate Her shrine, Mariamman has settled into a peaceful and much adored life.
- For your resurrection that sets us free, I worship and adore you.
- This is why many of us when we come to India, have difficulty with the way Hindus adore Gods in the forms of statues.
- Being omnipresent, you are constantly watched by those who adore you, worship you and serve you.
- If it is to fasten attention on God and to adore and praise Him and have communion with Him, it is obvious the worship must be God-centered.
- Along with the Vedas, Upanishads, and the Brahma Sutras, the Gita is adored as the most important scripture of ancient India.
- We do better to adore the mysteries of Deity than to investigate them.
- Most Hindus revere and adore the many manifestations of the Divine as Siva, Vishnu, Rama, Krishna or Durga even as they focus on an ishta devata, a favorite Deity.
- Go to Christ's cross, and trust in him; then, and not till then, will you be capable of adoring the most High God in a style in which he can accept your worship.
- It's still not idolatry, of course, because the Eucharist is Jesus Christ and he deserves to be worshiped and adored.
- In the beginning of that book he has offered his obeisances to his different gurus, and it is to be noted that he has adored them all equally.
- Worship and adore the Guru, the Perfect True Guru, and all your sinful residues shall be dispelled.
- The prize was some small comprehension of the worship of a people, unique because the God it adored and glorified was unique.
- In worship we adore the Triune God of creation and redemption and He gives Himself in the fullness of grace to His people.
- The Word for me is a living Word, it is adored as the key to the journey of spirituality, the experience of being alive in Christ is coming through a testimony of the Word.
- ‘Spirit’ refers to the motive and driving energy which inspires and compels people to adore deity.
- For me, it's the chance to worship Mary and adore her as the Creator of Almighty God that is so appealing.
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