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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “love”

love

verb [T] (LIKE SOMETHING)
喜歡某物
 
 
/lʌv/
to like something very much
喜愛,喜歡
She loves animals.
她喜歡動物。
I absolutely love chocolate.
我特別愛吃巧克力。
He really loves his job.
他非常喜歡自己的工作。
[+ -ing verb] I love skiing.
我喜歡滑雪。
Love it or hate it, reality TV is here to stay.
你喜歡也好,討厭也罷,真人秀電視節目已成了一種氣候。
Liking
would love used, often in requests, to say that you would very much like something
(常用於表示請求)想,想要
I'd love a cup of coffee if you're making one.
如果你在泡咖啡,我也想要一杯。
[+ to infinitive] She would dearly love to start her own business.
她非常想開一家屬於自己的公司。
I'd love you to come to dinner some night.
哪天我想請你來吃晚飯。
US I'd love for you to come to dinner tonight.
我想請你今晚來吃晚飯。
Wanting thingsHoping and hopefulness
(Definition of love verb (LIKE SOMETHING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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