to adore, to love very much (used a lot more excessively than the English adore)
Imádok táncolni az esőben.
Adore-I to-dance the rain-in.
I adore dancing in the rain.
Bence imádja a kisöccsét.
Bence adores the little-brother-his(acc.).
Bence adores his little brother.
bálványoz – to deify
idealizál – to idealize
imádkozik – to pray
imádnivaló – adorable
istenít – to deify
kedvel – to like
rajong (valamiért/valakiért) – to be crazy (about sth./so.), to be a fan (of sth./s.)
szeret – to like, to love
tisztel – to honour
utál – to hate
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