Translation of fond in Spanish:
adjective -er, -est
- 1 (predicative) fond
ofsomebody/something/ -ingshe's very fond of Suehe was fond of chocolatele tiene mucho cariño a Suequiere mucho a Suehe's a bit too fond of criticizing other peoplele gustaba el chocolateto grow fond of somebodyes demasiado aficionado a criticar a los demástomarle cariño a alguienencariñarse con alguienExample sentences
- The dead, as he is very fond of saying, don't care.
- She had grown rather fond of the European drink and found it to be relaxing to sit and sip.
- But over the years as he matured, she grew quite fond of him.
- 2 (before noun) 2.1 (loving)(gesture/look)they were locked in a fond embracewith fondest regardsestaban tiernamente abrazados2.2 (indulgent)con mi más sincero afecto(parent/husband)demasiado complacienteExample sentences2.3 (delusive, vain)
- Do you have any especially fond memories of those times that you might share?
- He served from 1929 to 1955, leaving behind a legacy of material treasures as well as fond memories.
- Believe it or don't, but Levine seems to have some pretty fond memories from his visits.
- That fond hope never materialised and there was no reason to suppose it would.
- Even in defeat, he sees success and vows to contest again with the fond hope that he will emerge a victor one day.
- In vain, after these things, may we indulge the fond hope of peace and reconciliation.
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