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caress  Verb
Plural: caresses
  1. Translate "caress" to Spanish: acariciar, acariciar suavemente, posar la mano sobre, cariciar
    English Synonyms of "caress": pet, cuddle, fondle, stroke, make nice, mash with, neck with
    Define meaning of "caress": Touch or stroke lightly in a loving or endearing manner.
  2. Zoe caresses the baby, Zoe acaricia al bebé.
    He caressed her face.
    They caressed in the back seat of the taxi.

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  3. Translate "caress" to Spanish: toquetear
    English Synonyms of "caress": fiddle with, finger, fumble with, pet, touch, touch repeatedly
    Define meaning of "caress": Manipulate, as in a nervous or unconscious manner. ; Manipulate manually or in one's mind or imagination.

  4. Translate "caress" to Spanish: acariciarse
    English Synonyms of "caress": engage in caressing, engage in lovemaking, engage in petting, pet, neck, canoodle
    Define meaning of "caress": Touch or stroke lightly in a loving or endearing manner.
  5. He caressed her face.
    They caressed in the back seat of the taxi.

caress  Noun
  1. Translate "caress" to Spanish: caricia, mimo, arrumaco
    English Synonyms of "caress": caressing, coddling, pamper, petting, doting, fondle
    Define meaning of "caress": A gentle affectionate stroking (or something resembling it).
  2. He showered her with caresses.
    Soft music was a fond caress.
    The caresses of the breeze played over his face.

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Verb Conjugation for "caress"
Gerund: caressing

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