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Ver definición en español de tesoro
1(as form of address)tesorocorazónwhat's the matter, dearie? — ¿qué te pasa, tesoro / mi vida?
- You need anything else, dearies, you don't hesitate to ask, all right?
- It's comments like this that make me glad you exist, dearie.
- ‘Don't worry, dearie,’ one of them smiled, placing an old hand on his.
- Are you going to cry in this movie - again - like you have in the past 79,000, dearie?
- You're getting hungry now, aren't you, dearie?
- Hate to break it to you, dearie, but in case you haven't noticed, the power is out.
- Well, of course, dearie, it's only good manners to be ashamed of it; it's expected from a woman.
- ‘Well, dearies,’ she tells the three of us, ‘I'm off to bed.’
- She smiled at them and said; ‘Now dearies, this will be a nice and simple contest.’
- Here you go my dearies, it's the best I could do for now, but I promise you that dinner will make up for it a hundred times over.
- Would you appreciate a bit of assistance there, dearie?
- ‘It's just your imagination, dearie,’ the nurse said compassionately.
- Sit yourself down, dearie, and tell me everything.
- Mrs. Bradbury sympathized and comforted her, saying, ‘One day he'll be back for you, dearie.’
- Come to the kitchen dearie, you need a warm bath.
- And all you have to do, dearie, is keep your mouth shut and do as your told.
- It was coming, I knew it was… ‘So, dearie, have you got a boyfriend yet?’
- ‘That's petrol dearie,’ added one of the older females.
- Don't get all jealous now dearie - we both know that you're the only one for him.
- ‘Oh, dearie, you look beautiful,’ I heard my mother tell me as I walked down the steps.
2dearie me! — ¡ay, por Dios!
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