well-loved

well-loved

adj (well loved when postpositive)
loved by many people; very popular
Translations

well-loved

[ˌwelˈlʌvd] ADJmuy querido, amado
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Well-Loved Tales: Stories from a Ladybird Childhood is based on a series of 27 books, which began in 1964 with the publication of Cinderella.
PC Brandon Lees, of the Tillydrone community policing team, said: "This was a mindless act of vandalism to a well-used and well-loved nursery.
"In line with ABS-CBN's 65 years in the service of the Filipino, the network has continuously produced well-loved programs that leave a mark in people's minds and hearts.
It was a truly meaningful way to remember the life of a well-loved brilliant man.
Actress Lovi Poe has come home and her younger sister Yela surely did not miss the chance to make her feel well-loved.
On the face of it, it's such an obvious idea: take a well-loved video game and bring it to the big screen.
"To know our wee Lyra was so well-loved across the globe is a true testament to her personal philosophy."
Filmmaker Tim Burton made a slightly different (call it 'de-tusked) live action take of the well-loved story of 'Dumbo', the flying elephant.
No matter what you feel like doing, this new treat from the well-loved snack brand is an ideal companion to make your personal time or #PiattosTime more fun and enjoyable.
The show is set in the fictional Northern town of Royston Vasey, peopled by an array of bizarre - and now well-loved - characters from Tubbs and Edward, who run the local shop, to "Legz Akimbo" theatre company, and Pauline, who works at the local job centre.
THEY'VE been a well-loved feature of high streets for decades - selling everything from clothes and gifts to furniture and homeware.
Centre with and The well-loved tale is brought to life in a newly updated script brimming over with sing-a-long songs, jolly jokes and interactive games that will entertain pirates of all ages.