puppy love Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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puppy lovenoun [U]

uk   us  
romanticlove that a ​youngpersonfeels for someone ​else, which usually ​disappears as the ​youngpersonbecomesolder
(Definition of puppy love from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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puppy lovenoun [U]

 us   /ˈpʌp·i ˌlʌv/
romantic love that a ​youngpersonfeels for someone ​else
(Definition of puppy love from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “puppy love”
in Arabic الحُبّ الأوّل…
in Korean 풋사랑…
in Portuguese namorico, amor de adolescente…
in Catalan amor adolescent…
in Japanese 幼い恋…
in Chinese (Simplified) 青少年的初恋,不成熟的爱…
in Chinese (Traditional) 青少年的初戀,不成熟的戀愛…
in Italian infatuazione da ragazzi…
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