cherish

  • 1 Cherish — «Cherish» Sencillo de Madonna del álbum Like a Prayer Formato CD casete 7 Single Grabación 1988 Género(s) Pop, Dance …

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  • 2 Cherish — may refer to: Contents 1 Music 2 Film and television 3 See also …

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  • 3 Cherish — ist eine US amerikanische R B und Soul Band, die aus den Schwestern Farrah King, 23, Neosha King, 21, und den Zwillingen Felisha King, 19, und Fallon King, 19, besteht. Die vier Schwestern sind aus Atlanta, Georgia. Die Band steht bei den Labels… …

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  • 4 Cherish — Cherish: Cherish (группа)  американский R B и хип хоп квартет сестёр Кинг, выступает с 2003 года. Cherish (песня The Association)  песня американской группы The Association. Cherish (песня Kool the Gang)  песня американской соул… …

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  • 5 cherish — [cher′ish] vt. [ME cherischen < extended stem of OFr cherir < cher, dear < L carus: see CHARITY] 1. to hold dear; feel or show love for [to cherish one s family] 2. to take good care of; protect; foster [to cherish one s rights] 3. to… …

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  • 6 Cherish — Cher ish (ch[e^]r [i^]sh), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Cherished} (ch[e^]r [i^]sht); p. pr. & vb. n. {Cherising}.] [F. ch[ e]rir, fr. cher dear, fr. L. carus. See {Caress}, {Finish}.] 1. To treat with tenderness and affection; to nurture with care; to… …

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  • 7 Cherish — f English: modern coinage, apparently an alteration of CHERYTH (SEE Cheryth) to match the vocabulary element cherish to treasure, care for (borrowed in the Middle Ages from Old French cherir, a derivative of cher dear) …

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  • 8 cherish — index foster, keep (shelter), nurture, preserve, protect, regard (hold in esteem) Burton s Legal Thes …

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  • 9 cherish — early 14c., cherischen, from O.Fr. cheriss , extended stem of chierir (12c., Mod.Fr. chérir) to hold dear, from chier dear, from L. carus dear, costly, beloved (see WHORE (Cf. whore)). Cf. It., Sp., Port. caro; O.Prov., Catalan car. Related …

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  • 10 cherish — 1 prize, treasure, value, *appreciate Analogous words: love, enjoy, *like: esteem, respect, regard (see under REGARD n): *revere, venerate, reverence: protect, *defend, shield, safeguard, guard Antonyms: neglect Contrasted words: ignore, overlook …

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  • 11 cherish — [v] care about deeply admire, adore, appreciate, apprize, care for, clasp, cleave to, cling to, coddle, comfort, cosset, cultivate, defend, dote on, embrace, encourage, enshrine, entertain, fancy, fondle, foster, guard, harbor, hold dear, hold in …

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  • 12 cherish — ► VERB 1) protect and care for lovingly. 2) have (a hope or ambition) over a long period. ORIGIN Old French cherir, from cher dear …

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  • 13 Cherish — Demande de traduction Cherish (group) → C …

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  • 14 cherish — cherishable, adj. cherisher, n. cherishingly, adv. /cher ish/, v.t. 1. to hold or treat as dear; feel love for: to cherish one s native land. 2. to care for tenderly; nurture: to cherish a child. 3. to cling fondly or inveterately to: to cherish… …

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  • 15 cherish — [[t]tʃe̱rɪʃ[/t]] cherishes, cherishing, cherished 1) VERB If you cherish something such as a hope or a pleasant memory, you keep it in your mind for a long period of time. [V n] The president will cherish the memory of this visit to Ohio... [V n] …

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  • 16 cherish — cher|ish [ˈtʃerıʃ] v [T] [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: cherir, from chier dear , from Latin carus] 1.) if you cherish something, it is very important to you ▪ He was a man who cherished his privacy. ▪ I still cherish the memory of that… …

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  • 17 cherish — cher•ish [[t]ˈtʃɛr ɪʃ[/t]] v. t. 1) to regard or treat as dear 2) to care for tenderly; nurture 3) to cling fondly to: to cherish a memory[/ex] • Etymology: 1275–1325; ME < MF cheriss , long s. of cherir, v. der. of cher dear (< L cārus)… …

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  • 18 cherish — UK [ˈtʃerɪʃ] / US verb [transitive] Word forms cherish : present tense I/you/we/they cherish he/she/it cherishes present participle cherishing past tense cherished past participle cherished 1) to keep something pleasant in your mind for a long… …

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  • 19 cherish — verb a) To treat with tenderness and affection; to nurture with care; to protect and aid. Her merry fit she freshly gan to reare, / And did of ioy and iollitie deuize, / Her selfe to cherish, and her guest to cheare [...]. b) To hold dear; to… …

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  • 20 cherish — verb 1) a woman he could cherish Syn: adore, hold dear, love, dote on, be devoted to, revere, esteem, admire; think the world of, set great store by, hold in high esteem; care for, tend to, look after, protect, preserve, kee …

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