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  • Info EMBRACE (A European Model for Bioinformatics Research and Community Education) is a project with the objective of drawing together a wide group of experts throughout Europe who are involved in the use of information technology in the biomolecular sciences. more...
  • After nearly three years away, his family and friends once again embrace him.
  • Many action films embrace a second unit taking on all of the action.
  • When they see each other, they run into each other's arms and embrace.
  • Seeing her son after so long, she went forth to embrace him.
  • They are often described as a dark rock band, a term which the band has embraced.
  • In more recent times the sport has been embraced by several African nations.
  • Unable to fight her feelings any longer, she falls into his embrace.
  • She embraces them and says she has come to free them.
  • She is one China's few first-class traditional artists embracing an international career.
  • In recent years concept art has embraced the use of digital technology.
  • While you are here, hunting, your wife is in bed embracing another man.
  • The new standard time system was not immediately embraced by all.
  • He finally decides to embrace his feelings for her and goes after her.
  • The larger group embraced a new constitution while the smaller group retained the original constitution.
  • The band started embracing a more complex approach that would lay the grounds for their later style.
  • The event embraces an e-content related conference program and an award ceremony.
  • Interests and activities embrace the health needs of people living in countries at all levels of development.
  • If you embrace it, it can be a very beautiful thing.
  • The producer can no longer embrace the market at a glance, nor even in thought.
  • Circumstances have changed; some have moved on while a few still embraces the old ways.
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Meaning of embrace

  • noun The act of clasping another person in the arms (as in greeting or affection)
  • noun The state of taking in or encircling
    an island in the embrace of the sea
  • noun A close affectionate and protective acceptance
    his willing embrace of new ideas, in the bosom of the family
  • verb Include in scope; include as part of something broader; have as one's sphere or territory
    This group encompasses a wide range of people from different backgrounds, this should cover everyone in the group
  • verb Squeeze (someone) tightly in your arms, usually with fondness
    Hug me, please, They embraced, He hugged her close to him