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cherish
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
cherish /'tʃeriʃ/
  • ngoại động từ
    • yêu mến, yêu thương, yêu dấu
      • to cherish one's children: thương yêu con cái
    • (nghĩa bóng) giữ trong lòng, nuôi ấp ủ
      • to cherish hopes: nuôi hy vọng
Concise Dictionary
cherishes|cherished|cherishing'tʃerɪʃ
verb
+be fond of; be attached to
Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 treasure, hold or keep dear, prize:
I know that she cherishes every moment you were together.
2 foster, tend, cultivate, preserve, sustain, nurture, nourish, nurse, cosset:
For their sweetness gillyflowers are cherished in gardens. We cherish little Edward and probably spoil him a bit too much.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb [VN] (written)
1 to love sb/sth very much and want to protect them or it: Children need to be cherished. + her most cherished possession
2 to keep an idea, a hope or a pleasant feeling in your mind for a long time: Cherish the memory of those days in Paris. + He cherishes the hope that one day they will meet again.


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