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love-struck

adjective uk   us   /lʌv/
so in love with someone that it is difficult to behave as usual or even think of anything else except the person you love: Look at me, I'm behaving like a love-struck teenager!
Translations of “love-struck”
in Chinese (Traditional) 熱戀的, 被愛情衝昏頭腦的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 热恋的, 被爱情冲昏头脑的…
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