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Meaning of “love” - Learner’s Dictionary

love

verb [T]     /lʌv/
ROMANCE/SEX
A1 to like someone very much and have romantic or sexual feelings for them: 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: 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: He loves his music. Like any child, Josh loved toys. 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: "I wondered if you'd like to meet up sometime?" "I'd love to."Liking
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