Translation of cosset in Spanish:


mimar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑsət/ /ˈkɒsɪt/

See Spanish definition of mimar

transitive verb

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    • For a large part its because we've been cosseted and protected by America.
    • The silence comes from an allegedly compassionate desire to protect or cosset the poor, rather than treating them like responsible adults.
    • And it's not just pampered pooches and cosseted cats who are in with a chance of stealing the show.
    • The young Howard Hughes was not helped by his over-protective mother who cosseted him to such an extent that he was not even allowed to go to school for fear he would not be properly looked after.
    • The successful five were moved into a plush secret location with the kind of kitchen folks like us can only dream about; they were cosseted and counselled, indulged and admired.
    • Here are a few drinks ideas to help cosset your mum on Mothering Sunday.
    • No other group in society has been so cosseted from the real world, so protected from the consequences of its own actions and so compensated for its own inadequacies.
    • Since Christiane's doctor has warned her son that she must never experience any more shocks, Alex cossets his mother in their apartment.
    • By the end of the first glass of champagne we had been cosseted, pampered and ready for whatever Jacques and Laurent might suggest!
    • Every woman wants to be adored, loved, cosseted and taken care of and protected.
    • This is the most delicately flavoured rhubarb there is, cosseted and pampered to keep its subtlety.
    • After Zac, there is Yvan, the baby, who is cosseted and overfed, with pettishly long hair.
    • His target was the traditional social model, the set of protections and regulations that have cosseted European workers for so long.
    • The flowers and bushes are in bloom; flox cossets the rocks on the neighbor's front lawn; at night you can hear the burble of a waterfall across the street.
    • But she worries about him, and cossets him - and then of course, my father, wonderful man though he is, realises he's got someone at his beck and call and plays up to it.
    • Nothing cossets these hacks like the conviction that happy people aren't happy.
    • Instead of unquestioned fealty to one's superior officer, an ambitious soldier might now have to think of cosseting the president and the public, via the media.
    • The full leather trim is standard, cosseting the occupants, and there are plenty of practical features to assist in making the journey that much more enjoyable.
    • It seems that in Japanese there is simply no way to say something that simple without cosseting it heavily in a bunch of formal etiquette-stuff.
    • You are quite cosseted throughout but at the end I felt vulnerable.