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Translation of "love" - English-Spanish dictionary

love

noun /lav/
a feeling of great fondness or enthusiasm for a person or thing amor She has a great love of music Her love for her children was clear for all to see. strong attachment with sexual attraction amor They are in love with one another. a person or thing that is thought of with (great) fondness (used also as a term of affection) guapo, cielo Ballet is the love of her life Goodbye, love! a score of nothing in tennis cero The present score is fifteen love (written 15–0). lovable adjective (opposite unlovable) easy to love or like; attractive adorable, amable a lovable child. lovely adjective ( comparative lovelier, superlative loveliest) (opposite unlovely) beautiful; attractive lindo, bello, hermoso She is a lovely girl She looked lovely in that dress. delightful estupendo, delicioso What a lovely surprise! a lovely meal. loveliness noun encanto, hermosura lover noun a person who enjoys or admires or has a special affection for something aficionado, amante an art lover an animal lover. a person who is having a love affair with another amante, enamorado The two lovers embraced each other passionately. loving adjective cariñoso, tierno a loving relationship. lovingly adverb con cariño love affair noun a (temporary and often sexual) relationship between two people who are in love but not married aventura, lío, rollo She has had many love affairs. love letter noun a letter expressing love carta de amor Emma kept all of Charles’ love letters. lovesick adjective sad because of being in love mal de amores a lovesick youth lovesick glances. fall in love (with) to develop feelings of love and sexual attraction (for) enamorarse He fell in love with her straightaway. for love or money in any way at all por nada del mundo We couldn’t get a taxi for love or money. make love to have sexual intercourse. hacer el amor there’s no love lost between them they dislike one another no se pueden ni ver, son como el perro y el gato, no se tienen ningún aprecio There’s no love lost between the two brothers – they can’t stand each other.
(Definition of love from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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