Spanish translation of 'intimately'
to be intimately acquainted with sb (in a friendly way) conocer a algn íntimamente
to be intimately acquainted with a subject tener un profundo conocimiento de una materia ⧫ conocer una materia a fondo
to be intimately involved in sth estar muy involucrado en algo
Inspector Green was intimately involved in the case el Inspector Green estaba muy involucrado en el caso or estaba metido a fondo en el caso
to know sb intimately (as friends) conocer a algn íntimamente; (sexually) tener relaciones íntimas con algn
musicians whose work she knew intimately músicos mpl cuyo trabajo conocía a fondo or en profundidad
to talk intimately tener una conversación íntima
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Above all else, I was determined to take no risks until I knew intimately the lie of the relationship hinterland.THE CALLIGRAPHER (2003)
And she chose in her fantasy from the many men she came in contact with special ones to know better, more intimately.DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION (2003)
He could only assume he'd gone too fast, fondled her too intimately too soon.HERE BE DRAGONS (2003)
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