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Detailed Translations for fondness from English to Spanish


fondness [the ~] noun

  1. the fondness (attachment; affection; devotion; dedication)
    la afectuosidad; el apego; el afecto; la dedicación; la fidelidad
  2. the fondness (tenderness; affection)
    la simpatía; el cariño; el afecto

Translation Matrix for fondness:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
afecto affection; attachment; dedication; devotion; fondness; tenderness camaraderie; companionship; comradeship; fellowship; friendship; inclination; pallyness
afectuosidad affection; attachment; dedication; devotion; fondness
apego affection; attachment; dedication; devotion; fondness
cariño affection; fondness; tenderness affection; ardor; ardour; beloved; candy; cutie; daintiness; darling; dear; dear child; dearest; deary; doll; ducky; fervor; fervour; gentleness; hearts desire; honey; intimacy; ladylove; love; lover; lovingness; my dear; peach; pet; squeeze; sugar; sweet; sweetest; sweetheart; sweetie; sweetie pie; sweety; tenderness; treasure; warm heartedness; young man
dedicación affection; attachment; dedication; devotion; fondness ambition; assiduousness; assignment; command; cue; dedication; devotion; diligence; instruction; motto; order; parole; passion; shibboleth
fidelidad affection; attachment; dedication; devotion; fondness candor; candour; detachment; faithfulness; fealty; fidelity; frankness; honesty; integrity; loyalty; open-heartedness; probity; uprightness
simpatía affection; fondness; tenderness amiability; amicableness; benign character; charm; friendliness; geniality; goodness; goodwill; heartiness; inclination; kind-heartedness; kindness; loveliness; mildness; satisfaction; sympathy
- affection; affectionateness; fancy; heart; lovingness; partiality; philia; tenderness; warmheartedness; warmness; warmth
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- affection; penchant

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Related Definitions for "fondness":

  1. a quality proceeding from feelings of affection or love1
  2. a predisposition to like something1
    • he had a fondness for whiskey1
  3. a positive feeling of liking1

Wiktionary Translations for fondness:

  1. the quality of being fond

Cross Translation:
fondness simpatía; cariño; afecto genegenheid — het gesteld zijn op iemand


fond adj

  1. fond (affectionate; loving)

Translation Matrix for fond:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cariñoso chickadee; darling; ducky; peach; sweetie
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- adoring; affectionate; doting; lovesome; partial; tender; warm
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- affectionate
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cariñoso affectionate; fond; loving affectionate; attached; beautiful; charming; cherished; confidential; dear; deep; devoted; exclusive; favorite; favourite; good looking; good-looking; handsome; intimate; lovely; loving; nice; personable; preferential; pretty; private; profound; select; selected; snap; warm
tierno affectionate; fond; loving abundant; affectionate; deep; delicate; early youth; easily hurt; lightly built; loving; opulent; oversensitive; petite; profound; ragged; ramshackle; rickety; sensitive; slender; slight; small-boned; soft; subtle; succulent; susceptible; tender; tender age; tender hearted; thin; warm; wobbly; wonky; youthfully immature

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Related Definitions for "fond":

  1. (followed by `of' or `to') having a strong preference or liking for1
    • fond of chocolate1
  2. extravagantly or foolishly loving and indulgent1
    • hopelessly spoiled by a fond mother1
  3. having or displaying warmth or affection1
    • a fond embrace1
    • fond of his nephew1
  4. absurd or silly because unlikely1
    • fond hopes of becoming President1
    • fond fancies1

Wiktionary Translations for fond:

  1. be fond of, have affection for

Cross Translation:
fond enamorado verliebt — von Liebe beseelt, jemanden/etwas liebend, für jemanden/etwas schwärmend; hingezogen fühlend, zugeneigt seiend, gefühlsselig, vernarrt, entflammt (für), zugetan