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  1. Joanna83
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    Question Affinity

    Hi,

    'He has an affinity for pretty women and models alike'


    What does 'affinity' here mean and what does the sentence mean in general?

    Does 'models' alike mean that they look like modes or the author means by the word 'alike' both pretty women and models ?


    Thanks a lot in advance!

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    Re: Affinity

    Hello J83

    It means: "he is naturally attracted both to pretty women and models".

    All the best,

    MrP

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