Russian English Dictionary

русский язык - English

любящий in English:

1. fond


I'm fond of playing shogi.
I didn't use to like wine, but now I'm quite fond of it.
I have fond memories of all the time we spent together.
I am very fond of lobsters, but they are very, very expensive.
I am fond of soccer, rugby, football, and so on.
From childhood I was fond of reading, and all the little money that ever came into my hands was laid out in books.
I love my girlfriend. She is beautiful and fond.
I start it out with a picture of the greatest entrepreneur that never lived, Willy Wonka, so we have a fond appreciation for him.
The definition of fond is having a strong affection for someone or something. This mother is very fond of her baby.
I’m really fond of my ​aunt and ​enjoy ​seeing her.
Have you got any fond memories from your childhood?
We said a fond farewell to each other and promised to write.
She was fond of going to parties, as was her mother when she was young.
You are very fond of the lunch menu of this restaurant.

2. affectionate


an affectionate kiss
He's always been very affectionate with his in-laws.
My father was no less affectionate and tender to me than my mother was.
Dogs are friendly and affectionate pets.
I felt affectionate towards everyone and everything around me.
They are very affectionate with each other. They hug and kiss.
He shows his feelings and emotions - he's affectionate.
Ben is the most affectionate of all my nieces and nephews.
She is an affectionate mother who always shows her love to her children in many ways.
his affectionate nature / an affectionate kiss
As time went on he became more and more affectionate towards me and began to act as though we were in a relationship.
Damian glanced at the redhead and touched her arm in affectionate greeting.
She had always been the most affectionate of his children.
She seemed to stay with me a lot and was very affectionate all day.
I have an extremely affectionate friend - she can't stop hugging me!