Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1(fond)to be attached to sb/sth — tenerle mucho cariño / apego a algn/algoto become attached to sb/sth — encariñarse con algn/algo
— tomarle cariño a algn/algo
- In other words, women often get attached before their cognitive machinery is up and running at full throttle.
- How reliably and lovingly caregivers behave determines how securely attached children become.
- It's weird how attached you can get to an inanimate collection of metal and plastic, isn't it?
- Dull or not, it's amazing how attached you get to them all the same.
- It's funny how attached you can become to your daily dose of blogs.
- I think what stopped me was how attached I was to Devon.
- No matter how attached you may be to a real pet residing at your home, cleaning up after a virtual pet is much easier than cleaning up after the real variety.
- I realized then that I was starting to become attached to him.
- And don't take anything you are too attached to - our clothes had a funny habit of getting lost in various laundries, or coming back even dirtier than they already were.
2(having spouse, lover)he's attached — tiene novia (or es casado etc.)