affection的的用法,affection怎么读美 [ə'fekʃ(ə)n] 英 [ə'fekʃ(ə)n]
the feeling of liking or loving sb/sth very much and caring about them
Children need lots of love and affection.
He didn't show his wife any affection .
She was held in deep affection by all her students.
Mr Darcy's affection for his sister
I have a great affection for New York.
a person's feelings of love
Anne had two men trying to win her affections.
fond or tender feeling toward somebody or something
a feeling of liking and caring about someone or something
feelings of fondness or tenderness, sometimes as opposed to reason
But the revelations of Diana's problems did not decrease the public's affection for her.
All the atmosphere of unstained affection would be gone out of it now.
I was overwhelmed with love and affection for my wife, with deep, deep gratitude that we had what appeared to be a healthy child.
In the passing years, he suffered countless losses: he lost his eyes and the ability to see with pity and affection.
Now his last wish was that he wanted to see his mother. Everyone was surprised that he even had affection for his mother.
Happy are the families where the government of parents is the reign of affection, and of the children the submission to love.
Lydia was a favourite with her mother, whose affection had brought her into public at an early age.
Green, it indicates the coming of spring, symbolizing the desire to contain the land of affection and gratitude of the sun and rain.
He turned, smoking cigarette in hand, a faint smile on his hard lips as he looked at her with something less than affection.
When Arbeloa is told how Liverpool fans still hold him in fond affection, it's clear the feeling is still reciprocated on his part.