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From Old French embracer (modern: embrasser) em- "in-" + brace "arm" literally “in arms”; from Latin

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Infinitive
to Embrace

Third person singular
Embraces

Simple past
embraced

Past participle
embraced

Present participle
embracing

to Embrace (third-person singular simple present Embraces, present participle embracing, simple past and past participle embraced)
  1. hug, put arms around
  2. (metaphorical) enfold, include (ideas, principles, etc)

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Singular
Embrace

Plural
Embraces

Embrace (plural Embraces)
  1. hug (noun); putting arms around someone
  2. (metaphorical) enfolding, including

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ang:embrace zh-min-nan:embrace de:embrace et:embrace el:embrace fr:embrace io:embrace it:embrace kn:embrace hu:embrace nl:embrace fi:embrace ta:embrace te:embrace vi:embrace zh:embrace

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