klamre sig, klynge
- klamre sigClingerklamrerklamrerklæbende
Noun(1) fruit (especially peach
Verb(1) come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation(2) to remain emotionally or intellectually attached(3) hold on tightly or tenaciously
(1) Those who remain cling tenaciously to what their forebears laid down, but retreat into the shade.(2) Too many cling stubbornly to the notion that mental illness is a ├ö├ç├┐White thing├ö├ç├û that just doesn't happen to them.(3) ├ö├ç├┐I missed you too, but don't cling child,├ö├ç├û advised her grandma, ├ö├ç├┐who's your friend?├ö├ç├û(4) People cling stubbornly to the worldview that sustains them.(5) If they have to cope with the loss of their friends, teachers and even parents, they will cling physically and emotionally to the remaining adults and carers in their lives.(6) Australian record companies appear to cling stubbornly to traditional business models.(7) She must cling still closer to him, echo faithfully his individuality, lose herself in him.(8) Yet despite all these obvious hardships, I have strived to remain resilient and I still cling fervently to the hope that one day my country shall rise again.(9) the fish cling to the line of the weed(10) The smoke seemed to cling tenaciously to Erul, as he hacked and coughed.(11) The new government should not cling too closely to the economic performance of the country during its first year.(12) I would cling closely to my mother and beg to go home if we encountered a sixties-era bohemian in the grocery store.(13) We cling as close as possible to normal American rituals.(14) And to warm themselves, the women cling close together under Mrs Charmond's furs until she feels strong enough to get to her feet.(15) Silk and artificial fabrics can cling , restricting airflow and causing you to sweat more.(16) Don't think of how tightly Lee clings to his power, that is not the real worry.
(1) cling to :: klamrer sig til
1. stick ::
2. adhere ::
3. hold ::
4. cohere ::
5. bond ::
6. bind ::
7. clingstone ::
Different Formscling, clinger, clingers, clinging, clings, clingy
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Well, sloth babies CLING to their
mothers' bodies for almost a year.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 21
They CLING to the realm
or the Gods or love.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 6
English to Danish Dictionary: cling
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