- vi. 拥抱；偎依；舒服地贴著身睡
- vt. 拥抱；亲热地搂住；抚爱地拥抱
- n. 搂抱，拥抱
2. c- (象形，双臂张开抱人的样子，“抱”) + u (谐音“you”) + -d (拼音“的”) => 抱你的、抱着你的 => cud- "hug" + 双写d加-le => cuddle.
3. huddle <=====> cuddle.
4. cuddle <=====> coddle.
- cuddle (v.)
- early 16c. (implied in cudlyng), perhaps a variant or frequentative form of obsolete cull, coll "to embrace" (see collar (n.)); or perhaps from Middle English *couthelen, from couth "known," hence "comfortable with." It has a spotty early history and seems to have been a nursery word at first. Related: Cuddled; cuddling.
- 1. They used to kiss and cuddle in front of everyone.
- 2. Then we'd go home and cuddle up together to watch TV.
- 3. Give her a cuddle.
- 4. The cubs cuddle up together for warmth.
- 5. He just wants a comforting kiss and a cuddle and he'll be all right.
[ cuddle 造句 ]