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Traducción en turco de “love”

love

noun
 
 
/lʌv/
ROMANCE/SEX [U] B1 when you like someone very much and have romantic or sexual feelings for them
aşk, sevda, sevgi, tutku
He's madly in love with (= he loves) her. I was 20 when I first fell in love (= started to love someone). a love song/storyLoving and in love
make love to have sex
sevişmek, cinsel ilişkide bulunmak
Sexual activity in generalPhysical and sexual assault and abductionSexual intercourse
PERSON [C] B1 someone who you like very much and have a romantic or sexual relationship with
sevgili, yâr, sevdalı
He was my first love.Romantic and sexual partners
FRIENDS/FAMILY [U] B1 when you like a friend or person in your family very much
(arkadaş/aile üyeleri vb.ne duyulan) sevgi, muhabbet, aşk, düşkünlük, içtenlik
Nothing is as strong as the love you have for your kids.Loving and in loveFamily relations in generalFriendly
INTEREST [C, U] B2 something that interests you a lot
(bir şeye duyulan) tutku, istek, sevgi, aşk
his love of booksLiking
Love from; All my love A2 something you write at the end of a letter to a friend or someone in your family
'Sevgiler!', 'Sevgilerimle!', 'Gözlerinden öperim!'
Love from Mum. All my love, Louise.Written greetingsLetters, notes and cards
SPEAKING TO SOMEONE mainly UK You call someone 'love' to show affection or to be friendly.
aşkım, tatlım, hayatım, bir tanem, şekerim
"Margot?" "Yes, love." Two portions of chips please, love.Friendly and unfriendly terms of address
SPORTS [U] in games such as tennis, a score of zero
(tenis vb. oyunlarda) sıfır puan
She's leading by two sets to love. → See also a labour of loveTennis and racket sports
(Definition of love noun from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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