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dar·ling

 (där′lĭng)
n.
1. A dearly beloved person.
2. One that is greatly liked or preferred; a favorite: "the pride and vanity of the rich, the darlings of fate" (Mario Puzo).
adj.
1. Dearly beloved.
2. Regarded with special favor; favorite: "Metaphysics and poetry ... are my darling studies" (Samuel Taylor Coleridge).
3. Informal Charming or amusing: a darling hat.

[Middle English dereling, from Old English dēorling : dēore, dear + -ling, diminutive suff.]

darling

(ˈdɑːlɪŋ)
n
1. a person very much loved: often used as a term of address
2. a favourite: the teacher's darling.
adj (prenominal)
3. beloved
4. much admired; pleasing: a darling hat.
[Old English dēorling; see dear, -ling1]

Darling

(ˈdɑːlɪŋ)
n
1. (Biography) Alistair (Maclean). born 1953, British Labour politician: Chancellor of the Exchequer (2007–10)
2. (Biography) Grace. 1815–42, English national heroine, famous for her rescue (1838) of some shipwrecked sailors with her father, a lighthouse keeper

dar•ling

(ˈdɑr lɪŋ)

n.
1. a person very dear to another; one dearly loved.
2. one in great favor; a favorite one.
adj.
3. very dear; dearly cherished.
4. cute; lovable.
[before 900; Middle English derling, Old English dēorling]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.darling - a special loved onedarling - a special loved one      
lover - a person who loves someone or is loved by someone
chosen - one who is the object of choice; who is given preference; "she was Mama's chosen"
macushla - (an Irish term of address expressing affection) darling
mollycoddle - a pampered darling; an effeminate man
teacher's pet - the teacher's favorite student
2.darling - an Australian riverDarling - an Australian river; tributary of the Murray River
Australia - the smallest continent; between the South Pacific and the Indian Ocean
Adj.1.darling - dearly loveddarling - dearly loved        
loved - held dear; "his loved companion of many years"

darling

noun
2. favourite, pet, spoilt child, apple of your eye, blue-eyed boy, fair-haired boy (U.S.) He was the darling of the family.
adjective
2. adorable, sweet, attractive, lovely, charming, cute, enchanting, captivating, cutesy (informal, chiefly U.S.) a perfectly darling little house

darling

noun
1. A person who is much loved:
Informal: sweetie.
Idiom: light of one's life.
2. One liked or preferred above all others:
adjective
1. Regarded with much love and tenderness:
2. Given special, usually doting treatment:
3. Informal. Giving great pleasure or delight:
Translations
حبيبحَبيبحَبِيبحبيبةعَزيز
miláčekmilovanýrozkošnýzlatíčkodrahý
elskedeskatyndigkær
kultarakas
dragi
ástkær, eftirlætis-elskaelskanindæl/elskuleg manneskjayndislegur
いとしい人
사랑스러운 사람
meilutismielasismieloji
dārgaisdārgsmīļotaismīļotsmīļš
zlat o
dragadragiljubljenčeksrček
älskling
ที่รัก
bir tanecicihoşhoş kimsesevgili
người yêu dấu

darling

[ˈdɑːlɪŋ]
A. N
1. (gen) → cariño m, querido/a m/f
yes, darlingsí, cariño or querida
come here, darling (to child) → ven aquí, cielo
be a darling andbueno y ...
she's a little darling (child) → es un encanto
2. (= favourite) → preferido/a m/f
the darling of the musesel preferido de las musas
B. ADJ
1. (= beloved) → querido
2. (= lovely) [house, dress] → mono
what a darling dress/house!¡qué vestido más mono/casa más mona!, ¡qué monada de vestido/casa!

darling

[ˈdɑːrlɪŋ]
adjchéri(e)
nchéri(e) m/f
Thank you, darling! → Merci, chéri!
Be a darling and fetch me my glasses
BUT Sois gentil, va me chercher mes lunettes.
She is a darling
BUT C'est un ange.
to be the darling of (= very popular with) → être la coqueluche de
to be sb's darling (= favourite) → être le chouchou de qn(la)(te)

darling

n
Schatz m; (esp child) → Schätzchen nt; he is mother’s darling/the darling of the crowdser ist Mamas Liebling/der Publikumsliebling; she’s a little darlingsie ist ein süßer kleiner Schatz; that cat is a little darlingdiese Katze ist ein liebes kleines Tierchen; be a darling and …sei so lieb or nett und …, sei ein Schatz und …
(form of address) → Liebling m, → Schatz m, → Schätzchen nt
adj cat, dress etcsüß, goldig; wife etclieb; housereizend

darling

[ˈdɑːlɪŋ]
1. n
a.tesoro
he's a little darling → è un amore
be a darling ... (fam) → sii un angelo or un tesoro...
come here darling → vieni qui tesoro
b. (in shops) what can I do for you, darling?desidera, cara?
2. adj (daughter, husband) → caro/a; (dress, house) → adorabile, delizioso/a

darling

(ˈdaːliŋ) noun
1. a dearly loved person (often used as a term of endearment). Is that you, darling ?
2. a lovable person. Mary really is a darling!
adjective
1. much loved. My darling child!
2. lovable; pretty and appealing. What a darling little girl!

darling

حَبِيب miláček skat Liebling αγαπημένος cariño kulta chéri dragi tesoro いとしい人 사랑스러운 사람 lieveling elskling ukochany querido любимый älskling ที่รัก sevgilim người yêu dấu 亲爱的人
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