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fond

US [fɑnd]
UK [fɒnd]
  • adj.喜爱(尤指认识已久的人);喜爱(尤指长期喜爱的事物)
  • Web喜欢的;溺爱的;慈爱的
Comparative Degree:fonder  Superlative:fondest  
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adj.
1.
~ of sb
喜爱(尤指认识已久的人)feeling affection for sb, especially sb you have known for a long time
Over the years, I have grown quite fond of her.
经过这么多年,我已相当喜欢她了。
2.
~ of (doing) sth
喜爱(尤指长期喜爱的事物)finding sth pleasant or enjoyable, especially sth you have liked or enjoyed for a long time
fond of music/cooking
喜好音乐╱烹饪
We had grown fond of the house and didn't want to leave.
我们已经喜欢上了这座房子,不想搬家。
3.
~ of (doing) sth
喜欢(做令人不快的事)liking to do sth which other people find annoying or unpleasant, and doing it often
Sheila's very fond of telling other people what to do.
希拉爱对别人指手画脚。
He's rather too fond of the sound of his own voice(= he talks too much) .
他太爱讲话了。
4.
[obn]
深情的;温情的;慈爱的kind and loving
a fond look/embrace/farewell
慈爱的目光;温情的拥抱;深情的告别
I have very fond memories of my time in Spain(= I remember it with affection and pleasure) .
我十分怀念从前在西班牙的时光。
5.
[obn]
~ hope
(指希望)难以实现的;痴想的a hope about sth that is not likely to happen
I waited all day in the fond hope that she would change her mind.
我整天等待,痴心地希望她会回心转意。

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