In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(rub against)to nuzzle against sth/sb
- the dog nuzzled against my leg — el perro me acarició la pierna con el hocico
- he nuzzled (up) against her — se acurrucó contra ella
- She trotted over to Wulf and nuzzled her nose against his free hand.
- Raine nuzzled his hand gently to bring him back to his senses.
- He gently nuzzled her neck and slightly tightened his grip on her waist waiting for her reaction.
- She was leaning into his side, nose nuzzling his cocktail jacket.
- His nose nuzzled her neck and he breathed deeply, savoring her scent.
- She said while nuzzling her nose into his chest.
- The tiny head turned and the mouth nuzzled her nipple.
- As Nikolas shifted their bodies and his mouth nuzzled her neck, she didn't want anything negative to intrude on the moment.
- He leaned down and nuzzled his nose under John's ear, whispering as he continued.
- He bent down and gently nuzzled my neck, making me jump back a bit in surprise.
- He whispered softly as he nuzzled his nose against hers.
- The mare nuzzled her arm gently as she took the reins and she found herself beginning to sob.
- Veil nodded understandingly and nuzzled her neck gently like his mother used to do to comfort him.
- The lady hugged the white cat closer to her body and gently nuzzled her cheek against its soft fur.
- She kissed his earlobe and nuzzled her nose against his cool cheek.
- He gently nuzzled her neck, causing her to let out a small giggle.
- Firstly, I watched queen wasps and bees gently nuzzling bricks and mortar in the sunshine, looking for the weakness that provides a new home.
- She grinned as the horse gently nuzzled her hand.
- Chris said nuzzling his nose against Star's neck.
- He nuzzled his nose against the crook of my neck before abruptly letting me go.
1acariciar con el hocico
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