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fall for sb

informal phrasal verb with fall /fɔːl/ US  /fɑːl/ verb (fell, fallen)
to suddenly have strong romantic feelings about someone
对(某人)倾心,迷恋(某人
She always falls for unsuitable men.
她总是爱上不适合她的男子。
He's fallen for her in a big way.
他完全被她迷住了。
Sexual attractionAttractiveLoving and in love
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