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"Abrazo" is a noun which is often translated as "hug", and "te mando un beso" is a phrase which is often translated as "I send you my love". Learn more about the difference between "abrazo" and "te mando un beso" below.
abrazo(
ah
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brah
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soh
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A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
1. (act of embracing)
a. hug
Ve a darle un abrazo a la abuela.Go give your grandmother a hug.
b. embrace
Lo envolvió en un cálido abrazo un buen rato.She held him in a warm embrace for a good long while.
2. (in correspondence)
a. best wishes
Espero que estés bien y que hayas pasado un buen verano. Un abrazo, MartaI hope you are well and have had a good summer. Best wishes, Marta
b. regards
Un abrazo, Ricardo Cortes MartínRegards, Ricardo Cortes Martín
c. love
Un abrazo desde Salamanca, GeorgeLove from Salamanca, George
d. take care
Nos vemos pronto. Un abrazo, RosaSee you soon. Take care, Rosa
e. xoxo
Gracias por tu ayuda la semana pasada. Un abrazo, BelénThank you for your help last week. xoxo, Belén
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te mando un beso(
teh
 
mahn
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doh
 
oon
 
beh
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soh
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (general)
a. I send you my love
Y esto es todo de momento. Mañana te vuelvo a escribir. Mientras tanto, te mando un beso. Laura.And that's all for now. I'll write to you tomorrow again. In the meanwhile, I send you my love. Laura.
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