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          Definition of 'love'

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          Example sentences containing 'love'

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          She'd have trouble raising a hundred dollars -'Rosie, please -'No, love. Jon Cleary YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2001)You, on the other hand, maintain the absurd belief that love is more important than money. Lisa Scottoline LEGAL TENDER (2001)


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          Translations for 'love'

          British English: love /l?v/ NOUN
          Love is the very strong warm feeling that you have when you care very much about someone, or you have strong romantic feelings for them.
          In the four years since we married, our love has grown stronger.
          • American English: love
          • Arabic: ????
          • Brazilian Portuguese: amor
          • Chinese:
          • Croatian: ljubav
          • Czech: láska
          • Danish: k?rlighed
          • Dutch: liefde
          • European Spanish: amor
          • Finnish: rakkaus
          • French: amour
          • German: Liebe
          • Greek: αγ?πη
          • Italian: amore
          • Japanese:
          • Korean: ??
          • Norwegian: kj?rlighet
          • Polish: mi?o??
          • European Portuguese: amor
          • Romanian: iubire
          • Russian: любовь
          • Latin American Spanish: amor
          • Swedish: k?rlek
          • Thai: ???????
          • Turkish: sevgi/a?k
          • Ukrainian: кохання
          • Vietnamese: tình yêu
          British English: love /l?v/ VERB
          care about If you love someone, you care very much about them.
          • American English: love
          • Arabic: ???????
          • Brazilian Portuguese: amar
          • Chinese:
          • Croatian: voljeti
          • Czech: milovat
          • Danish: elske
          • Dutch: houden van
          • European Spanish: amar
          • Finnish: rakastaa
          • French: aimer
          • German: lieben
          • Greek: αγαπ?
          • Italian: amare
          • Japanese: 愛する
          • Korean: ????
          • Norwegian: elske
          • Polish: pokocha?
          • European Portuguese: amar
          • Romanian: a iubi
          • Russian: любить
          • Latin American Spanish: amar
          • Swedish: ?lska
          • Thai: ???
          • Turkish: sevmek
          • Ukrainian: кохати
          • Vietnamese: yêu
          British English: love /l?v/ VERB
          enjoy If you love something, you like it very much.
          We both love football.
          • American English: love
          • Arabic: ???????
          • Brazilian Portuguese: adorar
          • Chinese: 喜愛
          • Croatian: voljeti
          • Czech: zbo?ňovat
          • Danish: elsker
          • Dutch: houden van
          • European Spanish: encantar
          • Finnish: rakastaa
          • French: aimer beaucoup
          • German: gern m?gen
          • Greek: αγαπ?
          • Italian: amare
          • Japanese: ???が大好きだ
          • Korean: ????
          • Norwegian: elske
          • Polish: uwielbia?
          • European Portuguese: adorar
          • Romanian: a-i pl?cea
          • Russian: любить
          • Latin American Spanish: encantargustar mucho
          • Swedish: ?lska
          • Thai: ??? ???????
          • Turkish: sevmek
          • Ukrainian: любити
          • Vietnamese: yêu


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