Abrigada in english


pronunciation: ʃeltɜrd part of speech: adjective
In gestures

abrigar = nurse ; nestle ; wrap + Nombre + up. 

Example: Not the least of its advantages is its maximum visibility to other library users, perhaps nursing unasked questions of their own.Example: Nestled among the majestic white pines in central Wisconsin are 17 lakeside cabins located on a secluded spot on beautiful Castle Rock Lake.Example: We wrapped her up and put her on her back and she slept until 5:30 this morning.


» abrigar biendress + warmly .

Example: Dress infants and children warmly for outdoor activities.

» abrigar esperanzafoster + hopecherish + hope .

Example: The simplest way to foster hope is to examine the goals that emerge from our desires and ambitions.

Example: If a woman receives a bouquet of damask roses in springtime, she will have a faithful lover; but if she received them in winter, she will cherish blasted hopes.

» abrigarsemantle up .

Example: She mantled up for the cold English climate, dressing boots, a leather jacket and a wool cap.

» abrigarse bienwrap up + warmdress + warmly .

Example: Researchers into the common cold say 'catching a chill' really does help colds develop -- and are advising to 'wrap up warm' to keep viruses at bay.

Example: Dress infants and children warmly for outdoor activities.

Abrigada synonyms

secure in spanish: seguro, pronunciation: sɪkjʊr part of speech: verb, adjective protected in spanish: protegido, pronunciation: prətektəd part of speech: adjective
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