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  • EN [ əˈfɪnəti]
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English definition


  • 1. the force attracting atoms to each other and binding them together in a molecule;

    • "basic dyes have an affinity for wool and silk"
  • 2. (immunology) the attraction between an antigen and an antibody

  • 3. kinship by marriage or adoption; not a blood relationship

  • 4. (biology) state of relationship between organisms or groups of organisms resulting in resemblance in structure or structural parts;

    • "in anatomical structure prehistoric man shows close affinity with modern humans"
  • 5. a close connection marked by community of interests or similarity in nature or character;

    • "found a natural affinity with the immigrants"
    • "felt a deep kinship with the other students"
    • "anthropology's kinship with the humanities"
  • 6. inherent resemblance between persons or things

  • 7. a natural attraction or feeling of kinship;

    • "an affinity for politics"
    • "the mysterious affinity between them"
    • "James's affinity with Sam"

Example sentences

  • The organic affinity of trace elements decreases further in anthracite.

  • The Alumni Affinity Card offer access to a wide range of benefits, services, discounts and products.

  • Mental Agility, Inner Focus, Shadow Reach, Shadow Focus and Shadow Affinity now all affect Psychic Horror.

  • The galactic affinity for material in the universe, the black hole.

  • A first chemical with fabric affinity is applied followed by a second for colour development.

  • She felt an affinity to all the subtler manifestations of wealth.

  • The entire pictorial composition exquisitely beautiful contemporary atmosphere, has a strong affinity discernibikllity immediacyand!

  • He soon developed an affinity for certain stamps from certain countries.

  • As a new technology, affinity filtration has advantages of both affinity and membrane separation.

  • Many girls do show an affinity for craft skills.

  • Defoliation is achieved by adding elements which have a greater affinity than iron for oxygen.

  • Hope you is a humor and wisdom, mature, stable, affinity, and bring pleasant surprise to me!

  • Inspired by a flower in full blossom, this ring shows your affinity to all things natural.

  • That is not the basis for an enduring affinity.

  • I felt a great affinity with the people of the Highlands.

  • He has a natural affinity with numbers.

  • Italian has a close affinity to French.

  • Jo feels a great affinity towards Pamela.

  • This substance has an affinity for water.

  • He has an affinity for fine food.

  • It's important that you share an affinity with your husband.

  • Peter has a special affinity for booze.

  • The film doesn't have much affinity with the book.

  • He felt a strong affinity to the Russian girl.

  • You can see the affinity in appearance between mother and daughter.

  • A house design should have some affinity with the surrounding architecture.

  • Sam was born in the country and had a deep affinity with nature.

  • He has a close affinity with the landscape he knew when he was growing up.

  • There is a natural affinity between British and Asian women.


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