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hug in English:

1. embrace embrace

embrace globalization
Head spinning, lungs screaming, she ran into its embrace.
If you embrace someone, you put your arms around them...
But when we push aside normal emotions to embrace false positivity...
You must embrace him for me, Holy Father.
I need an embrace. He embraced the socialist ideology with enthusiasm.
This is a difficult responsibility to embrace. For human history has often been a record of nations and tribes subjugating one another to serve their own interests. Yet in this new age, such attitudes are self-defeating.
He was doubtful at first but soon came to embrace my advice.
Embrace your vulnerability, feel your fear, love fully.
Why do women want to sleep in a man's embrace?
Perhaps you will be surprised but my only desire in this life is to see my son and give him a loving embrace before I die.
I think that our culture is a bit crazy not to embrace it,
Right, so she wants us to embrace – to accept – the idea of a workplace power-nap.
I think that our culture is a bit crazy not to embrace it, and one of the reasons we don't is our attitude, you know it's quite counter-cultural to do nothing in order to get ahead.
People need to be aware of their differences, but also embrace their commonness.

English word "hug"(embrace) occurs in sets:

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