cherished

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
thought of and clung to fondly or reverentially characterized by feeling or showing fond affection for; "a cherished friend"; "children are precious"; "a treasured heirloom"; "so good to feel wanted
thought of and clung to fondly or reverentially
{s} treasured, near to one's heart, showing deep affection
Past tense and past participle of to cherish
characterized by feeling or showing fond affection for; "a cherished friend"; "children are precious"; "a treasured heirloom"; "so good to feel wanted"
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To cheer, gladden

Her merry fit she freshly gan to reare, / And did of ioy and iollitie deuize, / Her selfe to cherish, and her guest to cheare .

cherish
{v} to nurse, nourish, comfort, support
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If you cherish a right, a privilege, or a principle, you regard it as important and try hard to keep it. These people cherish their independence and sovereignty. + cherished cher·ished Freud called into question some deeply cherished beliefs
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If you cherish someone or something, you take good care of them because you love them. The previous owners had cherished the house. + cherished cher·ished He described the picture as his most cherished possession
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If you cherish something such as a hope or a pleasant memory, you keep it in your mind for a long period of time. The president will cherish the memory of this visit to Ohio = treasure + cherished cher·ished the cherished dream of a world without wars
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be fond of; be attached to
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To treat with tenderness and affection; to nurture with care; to protect and aid
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To hold dear; to embrace with interest; to indulge; to encourage; to foster; to promote; as, to cherish religious principle
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{f} love; nurture, care for lovingly; treasure
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    التركية النطق

    çerîşt

    النطق

    /ˈʧerəsʜt/ /ˈʧɛrɪʃt/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'cher-ish ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. Middle English cherisshen, from Middle French cheriss-, stem of cherir to cherish, from Old French, from chier dear, from Latin carus; more at CHARITY.

    فيديوهات

    ... discovery that undermines a cherished theory that they had put forward.  You see it when ...

    كلمة اليوم

    sword of Damocles
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