Embrace là gì hug và embrace có gì khác nhau?

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to hold someone tightly with both arms to express love, liking, or sympathy, or when greeting or leaving someone:
the act of holding someone tightly with both arms to express love, liking, or sympathy, or when greeting or leaving someone:
to hold someone close to you with your arms to express affection, love, or sympathy, or when greeting or leaving someone:
Progressive local authorities, therefore, embraced the emergent technology of destructors and thereby wed municipal waste management to large-scale and cost-ineffective waste disposal schemes.
Increased transfers were quickly accepted as inevitable, and within a few years embraced as desirable.
The authors conclude that it is somewhat premature to embrace the assumption of a parallel activation of the bilingual"s two languages.
By the end of his terrible journey, he embraces the whole "divine circle" of creation, affirming transcendence rather than mortality.
It is a clear instance of "affirmative deformation", embracing a convention (here the lyricform aria) all the more strongly by keeping its normative realisation silent.
The courts later adopted a less restrictive concept of locality, recognising that settlements might embrace more than one parish.
For obvious reasons, his position is not generally publicly embraced by those with a more ambitious agenda for traditional approaches.
It specifically examines new patterns of inequality and exclusion and ends by arguing that the choice we face is between fearing difference or embracing diversity.
In some cases, however, existing unions were brought to embrace syndicalism; in others dissidents broke away to found their own syndicalist unions.

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The spiral stair-tower is enfolded by these forms, like an infant in the protective embrace of its parents.
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