Translation of cuddle in Spanish:

cuddle

abrazar, v.

Pronunciation: /ˈkʌd(ə)l//ˈkədl/

transitive verb

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    abrazar
    he fell asleep cuddling his teddy se durmió abrazado a su osito
    • Sure, we cuddle our babies, and fondle our new lovers, but in every relationship there comes a point when kisses are perfunctory farewells and hugs are doled out sparingly.
    • The youngest, a girl, will be the most spoiled, for she will be the final baby and will be cuddled and loved.
    • There is the occasional baboon, cuddling its baby on the cement ledge.
    • The delighted new father cuddling his tiny baby cannot help but catch your attention.
    • Later, he delighted guests by cuddling a robot baby that reacts happily to hugs and play, blinks its eyes and even cries like a real infant.
    • I picked her up, cuddling her close to my chest, and ran out of there.
    • Caressing, hugging, stroking, and cuddling all send a chain reaction of chemicals to signal your brain that this is pleasurable.
    • The nannies and carers are not allowed to kiss or cuddle the children and they are not permitted to play with other kids.
    • And she's always loved to be cuddled and nursed and made a fuss of by her parents.
    • I cuddle my baby and close my eyes, marking a moment of grace.
    • He always kisses me and cuddles me and tells me he loves me every time he goes out of the door - which is what he did yesterday and I haven't seen or heard from him since.
    • They kept kissing him and cuddling him and combing his hair.
    • She should be cuddling her baby son right now or watching with fascination as he learns to walk and talk.
    • With that she pushes closer to me, cuddling her warm body against mine.
    • She heeded the reassurances of people who told her that it is normal and safe to fall asleep while cuddling a tiny baby.
    • Despite what pet lovers may think, the giant lizards don't like to be cuddled, patted on the head or kissed.
    • Haslam said he consensually kissed and cuddled a patient.
    • A few weeks after her arrival she began to thrive because she actually had someone to cuddle her and love her now.
    • She's not an overtly affectionate cat and when she cuddles me in bed, I always feel loved.
    • A flight from Milan or maybe Paris arrives, and they rush up to enthusiastically kiss and cuddle a tanned young man pushing a baggage trolley.

intransitive verb

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    abrazarse
    they were kissing and cuddling on the sofa se estaban haciendo arrumacos en el sofá informal
    • to cuddle up to sb acurrucarse contra algn

noun

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    abrazo masculine
    come and give me a cuddle ven a darme un abrazo
    • they were sitting on the sofa having a cuddle se hacían arrumacos sentados en el sofá
    • she just needs a cuddle le hace falta que le hagan mimos