Spanish Word of the Day
Sunday, May 24, 2015
cariño noun: affection
    Lo recuerdo con cariño. I remember him with affection.
  • In Spanish you can say that you ‘have affection for’ somebody, meaning that you’re very fond of them.
    Lo recuerdo con cariño. I remember him with affection.
    Les tengo mucho cariño. I’m very fond of them.
  • To say that you become fond of somebody, use tomar cariño a.
    Lo recuerdo con cariño. I remember him with affection.
    Les tengo mucho cariño. I’m very fond of them.
    Le ha tomado cariño al gato. He has become fond of the cat.
  • When you’re more than fond of somebody, you can call him or her cariño (darling), but remember - it doesn’t change its ending depending on whether the person you’re speaking to is male or female.
    Lo recuerdo con cariño. I remember him with affection.
    Les tengo mucho cariño. I’m very fond of them.
    Le ha tomado cariño al gato. He has become fond of the cat.
    Ven aquí, cariño. Come here, darling.
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