love verb translation English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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love

verb [T]
 
 
/lʌv/
ROMANCE/SEX A1 to like someone very much and have romantic or sexual feelings for them
sevmek, gönül vermek, âşık olmak
Last night he told me he loved me. I've only ever loved one woman.Loving and in love
FRIENDS/FAMILY A1 to like a friend or a person in your family very much
sevmek, şefkât ve sevgi göstermek
I'm sure he loves his kids.Loving and in love
ENJOY A1 to enjoy something very much or have a strong interest in something
yürekten/taparcasına sevmek, aşırı sevmek, bayılmak, bitmek
He loves his music. She loves animals. [+ doing sth] I love eating out.Liking
I'd love to A2 used to say that you would very much like to do something that someone is offering
'Memnuniyetle...', 'Keyifle...', 'Bayılırım!', 'Çok isterim!'
"I wondered if you'd like to meet up sometime?" "I'd love to."Liking
(Definition of love verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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