拥抱;搂抱 When you hug someone, you put your arms around them and hold them tightly, for example because you like them or are pleased to see them. You can also say that two people hug each other or that they hug .
【语法信息】：V n (non-recip)
She had hugged him exuberantly and invited him to dinner the next day...
They hugged each other like a couple of lost children...
We hugged and kissed.
Hug is also a noun.
Syvil leapt out of the back seat, and gave him a hug.
抱住，抱紧（某物） If you hug something, you hold it close to your body with your arms tightly round it.
【语法信息】：V n adv/prep
Shaerl trudged toward them, hugging a large box...
She hugged her legs tight to her chest...
She stood hugging her quilted jacket round her.
紧挨;濒临 Something that hugs the ground or a stretch of land or water stays very close to it.
The road hugs the coast for hundreds of miles...
Our pilot reduced height until we hugged the ground.