прилипать; цепляться; держаться; липнуть; лепиться; льнуть; оставаться верным; облегать (о платье)
- She seemed to cling to it.
- Crusader castles cling to jagged crests or rise up from barren plains.
- Place in a shallow dish and cover with cling film until needed.
- Or: (for microwaving) place the pears in a deep dish, e.g. souffl type, pour wine sauce over them and cover with cling film.
- They needed to understand that, at times, one or other symbolized the abandoning parent, reactivating in the other the child's need to protest or cling.
- From eight months onwards they are likely to protest loudly about being passed around, and cling to the person they know best.
- There's only so much you can cling to - your credibility, your belief in small cottage industries - whatever.
- We have yet to experience any hard frosts, so autumn leaves still cling to branches and there are still a few flowers of white dead nettle, red campion and yarrow to attract the last of the drone flies.
- However in order to cling with grim determination to the ancient beliefs which quite unavoidably preceded intelligent religious thought, religious leaders have refused to accept the fact.
- Between them they expressed the opposing feelings so often displayed by young children in the peak age of attachment: on the one hand, the protest and fury about being left - cries of rage - and then a sullen refusal to acknowledge and come to the mother; on the other hand, the desperate yearning for the loved one and a need to cling and not let go.
- Moreover, there is not so much to smell when you are flying high up and away from the scents and aromas that cling to the Earth - or even if, like man, your nose stands at a height of five or six feet, rarely bending towards the ground.
- Simply to Thy cross I cling;
- Sauces cling more easily to complex-shaped pasta.