Abrazar means to hug in Spanish.
The word hug is translated as abraso in spanish. I know this because i speak spanish.
The noun for "a hug" in Spanish is "un abrazo." It is pronounced "oon ah-BRAH-so." The word for "hug me" in Spanish is, "abrázame." It is pronounced, "ah-BRAH-sa-may."
No me das un abrazo? (Will you not hug me?)
You say hug by abraso a-bra-so
The verb "to hug" in Spanish is "abrazar".
No abrazo para ti
Although there is not an actual term for "hug", the word with the closest meaning would be "abrazar" (embrace).
Usted me abrazará? Me quieres abrazar?
The Spanish word "abrazo" means "hug" or "embrace."
Darle un abrazo.
Un abrazo para ti.
Abráceme / abrácenme / abrázame / abrazadme.
Cuando nos encontramos, quiero abrazarte.
Knock knock who is there? hug? hug who? you hug hug
"I want to hug you" in Spanish is "Quiero abrazarte". It is pronounced "Key-AIR-oh ah-brah-SAR-tay". Please see this site for confirmation of the translation: http://www.answers.com/library/Translations
Quiero un abrazo y un beso
if babel fish is correct i think it is " falto su abrazo"
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There is no such thing called a good hug. A hug is just a hug.