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Definição de 'embrace'

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He also wants to embrace new technology such voice recognition. Times, Sunday Times (2017)You empower people by embracing their differences. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Either that or a failure to embrace the new. Times, Sunday Times (2017)There is emotional movement in your chart that embraces change and partners will sense it to let down barriers. The Sun (2016)Fear and Love also embraces consumer anxieties. Times, Sunday Times (2016)While he has broadly embraced change, one area remains off limits. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We invest here because of the the country's readiness to embrace new ideas from people across the world. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He argues that in art and culture the British embrace radical ideas and it's time we did in gardening. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She has been stepping out with a smile and embracing single life while maintaining her dignity. The Sun (2008)Europeans loved it and embraced its message. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The only way people will embrace this competition is if they get to see it. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We are keen to see the industry embrace these ideas and deliver positive change for consumers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We must embrace our ageing population and the wealth of skills and experience older workers bring. The Sun (2013)It surely cannot be long before one party or another embraces such a stance. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We need to accept that new reality and embrace those people. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We have to embrace it and hold our nerve. The Sun (2007)We come over here because we want to embrace the opportunity of handling these conditions. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Young performers are embracing the challenge of his music with alacrity. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They lost the capacity to embrace change. Redwood, John The Global Marketplace (1993)Public services must embrace the same pace of change. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Rather most are simply embracing the idea of embracing the city. Christianity Today (2000)JPs are willing to embrace new technology to improve the way that they work and deliver justice. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The result is a sector ready to take a positive view of risk and to embrace opportunity. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She embraced her new life and this picture shows how well she has adjusted a year after her arrival. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Accept this and embrace the changes. The Sun (2012)At a quieter moment, couples embrace in different gender combinations. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Two soft arms wrap around you to remind you of a loved one's embrace. The Sun (2007)This is rather a celebration of the dawn of a new age that Turner embraced. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But that will not ease the heartache of the couple seen tearfully embracing after the firm's collapse. The Sun (2008)This transition was loathed and resisted long before it was grudgingly accepted and finally embraced by Hollywood interests. Times, Sunday Times (2006)

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Inglês Britânico: embrace VERB
If you embrace someone, you put your arms around them and hold them tightly. You can also say that two people embrace.
She came forward and embraced her sister.

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