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English definition of “loved up”

loved up

adjective uk   us  
slang feeling very happy, loved by other people, and loving other people, sometimes after taking drugs such as ecstasy : [before noun] loved-up kids very much loved by someone: [before noun] a loved-up couple (= two people who love each other very much)
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