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hugverb

  • ja(愛情を伝えるために)ハグをする
  • ento hold someone or something tightly in the arms; to put your arms around someone tightly to show that you like or love them

Examples

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Is that really what the poster should look like?
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Don't you want to hug him and stuff and —
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Everybody, come hug Ryan.
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He was hit by a car and now he has a weird, sad limp forever.
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Thank you so much.
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Okay, that's great. That's enough. Thank you.
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And you can hug it out, bitch.
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"Hug it out, bitch."
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That is what men say to each other after a fight.
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She snuggles her head under his neck.
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They're kissing, they're hugging, but it's not a passionate kiss.
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It's a kiss of: "The person that I love the most in the world is back."
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Oh, my God, Jake is it really you?
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Are you really here?
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You know it, baby.
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But first, I gotta hug my best friend.
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- Yeah. - What?
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I hope you're moving forward.
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I think I am, Shaun.
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- What do we do now? - I don't know.
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I've never hugged you, Claire.
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But can we be friends?
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Friends it is.
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Maybe we could hug too?
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I mean friends hug, right?
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It is the friendly thing to do.
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What is that photo?
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I did an image search for "dads hugging."
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I didn't have a lot of time to put this board together.

Other meanings for hug...

hugnoun

  • ja(愛情を伝えるための)抱擁
  • enan embrace with the arms to show affection
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Los siento. Amor, los siento.
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Tickets for the Cup.
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I can't wait to not watch Italy play the Netherlands.
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I can't stay mad at you.
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Healing hugs, here we go.
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Oh, gosh. Finally, that feels so good.
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You smell amazing, like cinnamon and manhood.
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Let's never let go.
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No, no, no, no. We should let go.
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To let go of this burden together is just wonderful.
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So...
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Awkward hug or lame cool-guy handshake?
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Yeah, well, you know...
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A lame cool-guy handshake.
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You are a beauty - a beauteous thing.
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- I actually feel great. - That's nice, isn't it?
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- I'm not even joking. I love it. - It's sort of comforting like a head hug.
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- Yeah, it is. That's the best way to describe it. - Yeah.
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- I'm hugging my head right now. - Yeah.
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- I'm hugging my head right now. - Yeah.
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Will you come up please?
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Will you share a very intimate hug?
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Hm.
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Interesting.
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You just turned 26.
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Happy birthday!
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Thank you!
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I need a good hug.
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Oh, I love you.
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I love you, too.
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I was the first girl in my grade to hug a boy.
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That was huge.
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And we planned the hug out on the playground like, "Okay, this is the day."
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And all the boys were over there.
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All the girls were over here.
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And we walked in the middle slowly and hugged and ran away.
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Our objective is clear.
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Our parents will laugh.
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They will bond.
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And then, when the time is right, our fathers will share a hug goodbye.
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And it will be weird but in a good way.
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Our royal source tells us the two "make a point to keep the PDA to a minimum at public events
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because they are the future king and queen."
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The most you'll get is William opening a door or putting his hand on her back.
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Plus, a rare moment when Kate puts her hand on William's knee or a fun hug after a competition.