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LEOs Zusatzinformationen: to be fond of so. - jmdn. liebhabenlieb haben

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to be fond of so.

 

Definition (britisch)

be, of
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

be, fond, of
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

be, fond, of
Merriam Webster

Etymology

be, fond, of
Online Etymology Dictionary
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jmdn. liebhaben

 

Definition:

liebhaben, lieb, haben
DWDS

Forum discussions containing the search term

Lieb habenLast post 07 Dec 05, 08:51
What is the difference between ich habe dich lieb ich liebe dich ich habe dich sehr gern In…56 Replies
Lieb habenLast post 07 Dec 05, 08:51
What is the difference between ich habe dich lieb ich liebe dich ich habe dich sehr gern In…56 Replies
? to be found of - lieb haben Last post 21 Aug 07, 02:30
"hab dich lieb" zum verabschieden oder einfach als kleines hab dich lieb wenn ich jemanden v…1 Replies
to fond - kosenLast post 03 Jun 05, 23:03
I'm not positive that "to be fond of" is the best translation. I *am* certain, however, tha…2 Replies
lieben/lieb habenLast post 19 May 09, 20:19
How do you know when to use lieb haben and when lieben? I think it would be a very embarrass…42 Replies
lieben/lieb habenLast post 03 Jan 06, 15:39
How do you know when to use lieb haben and when lieben? I think it would be a very embarrass…31 Replies
fondLast post 01 Feb 08, 01:30
http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&lang=de&searchLoc=0&cmpType=relaxed&sectHdr=on&10 Replies
to be struck - den Eindruck habenLast post 19 Nov 15, 15:18
https://dict.leo.org/forum/viewWrongentry.php?idThread=48963&idForum=3&lang=de&lp=ende M2 Replies
homesick - heimwehkrankLast post 02 Apr 09, 17:31
heimwehkrank ist kein im Deutschen genutztes Wort. Man sagt genauso wenig liebeskummerkrank.…7 Replies
dich lieben v. dich lieb habenLast post 12 Apr 15, 11:46
The following article (at #3) says that Norwegian distinguishes between "jeg elsker deg" and…10 Replies
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