BEOLINGUS
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Liebling {m} [listen] favourite [Br.]; favorite [Am.]; fave [coll.] [listen] [listen]

Lieblinge {pl} favourites; favorites; faves

Liebling {m}; Schatz {m}; Herzchen {n} [listen] [listen] darling; sweetheart; bonny [listen] [listen]

Liebling {m} (Kind; Tier) [listen] pet [listen]

Schatz {m}; Schatzi {n}; Mäuschen {n}; Liebling {m}; Zuckermaus {f}; Zuckerpuppe {f} [ugs.] [listen] [listen] sweetie; honey; sweetheart; boo [coll.] [listen] [listen] [listen] [listen]

Liebling {m} [listen] ducky

der gefeierte Star; der neue Liebling {m} (eines Ortes/einer Szene) [soc.] the toast (of a place/scene)

Die Aufführung machte sie zum gefeierten Star des Festivals. The performance made her the toast of the festival.

Er ist der neue Liebling der Society. He's the toast of society.

Augenstern {m} [poet.] (Liebling) apple of sb.'s eye

Augapfel {m} [anat.] eyeball

Augäpfel {pl} eyeballs

Auge in Auge (mit) eyeball to eyeball (with)

sich Auge in Auge gegenüberstehen to be eyeball to eyeball

etw. wie seinen Augapfel hüten to guard sth. like gold; to cherish sth. like life itself

Phil war immer der Liebling/Augenstern seines Vaters. Phil was always the apple of his father's eye.