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loves

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
love /lʌv/
  • danh từ
    • lòng yêu, tình thương
      • love of one's country: lòng yêu nước
      • a mother's love for her children: tình mẹ yêu con
    • tình yêu, mối tình, ái tình
      • first love: mối tình đầu
      • never trifle with love: không nên đùa bỡn với tình yêu
      • to be in love with: yêu (ai)
      • to fall in love with: đâm ra yêu (phải lòng) (ai)
      • to make love to someone: tán tỉnh ai, tỏ tình với ai; ôm ấp hôn hít ai, ăn nằm với ai
      • to marry for love: kết hôn vì tình
    • người yêu, người tình
    • thần ái tình
    • (thông tục) người đáng yêu; vật đáng yêu
    • (thể dục,thể thao) điểm không, không (quần vợt)
      • love all: không không (hai bên cùng không được điểm nào)
      • love forty: không bốn mươi
      • a love set: một ván thua trắng (người thua không được điểm nào)
    • to love in a cottage
      • ái tình và nước lã
    • one can't get it for love or money
      • không có cách gì lấy được cái đó
    • to play for love
      • chơi vì thích không phải vì tiền
    • there is no love lost between them
      • chúng nó ghét nhau như đào đất đổ đi
  • ngoại động từ
    • yêu, thương, yêu mến
      • to love one another: yêu nhau, thương nhau
    • thích, ưa thích
      • to love sports: thích thể thao
      • to love music: thích âm nhạc
      • he loves to be praised: nó thích được khen
Concise Dictionary
loves|loved|lovinglʌv
noun
+a strong positive emotion of regard and affection
+any object of warm affection or devotion
+a beloved person; used as terms of endearment
+a deep feeling of sexual desire and attraction
+a score of zero in tennis or squash
+sexual activities (often including sexual intercourse) between two people
verb
+have a great affection or liking for
+get pleasure from
+be enamored or in love with
+have sexual intercourse with

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 warmth, affection, attachment, fondness, tenderness, devotion, attraction, friendship, amity, regard, admiration, fancy, adoration, adulation, ardour, passion, fervour, rapture, infatuation:
Her love for him grew over the years.
2 liking, delight, enjoyment, pleasure, fondness, attraction, predilection, bent, leaning, proclivity, inclination, disposition, weakness, partiality, preference, taste, relish, passion:
In his retirement, Charles has developed a love for golf.
3 darling, beloved, sweetheart, sweetie, sweet, honey, dear one, dearest, angel, turtle-dove, true-love, light of one's life, lover, paramour, mate, intended, betrothed; girlfriend, inamorata, lady-love, young lady, fiancée; boyfriend, beau, inamorato, suitor, swain, young man, fiancé, Archaic leman, tally, US POSSLQ (= 'Person of the Opposite Sex Sharing Living Quarters'), Colloq girl, woman, guy, man:
Let me tell you something, my love. Come live with me and be my love.
4 sympathy, tenderness, concern, charity, care, solicitude, affinity, rapport, harmony, brotherhood, sisterhood, fellow-feeling:
He has great love for his fellow human beings.
5 love affair.
(a) amour, liaison, affair, romance, relationship, affaire de coeur, intrigue:
He's been having a love affair with his secretary.
(b) passion, mania, Colloq thing:
George allows nothing to interfere with his love affair with tennis.
6 make love (to) or (with). embrace, cuddle, caress, fondle, have sexual intercourse, Archaic take, know, Colloq neck, pet, canoodle, romance, have sex, make the beast with two backs, US and Canadian make out; Taboo Slang screw, fuck, hump, bang, Brit roger, bonk:
He still makes love to his wife even though they are both in their eighties.
v.
7 cherish, admire, adore, be in love with, lose one's heart to, worship, idolize, dote on, treasure, be infatuated with, think the world of, adulate, hold dear, like, Colloq be hung up on, be crazy or nuts or wild or mad about, have a crush on:
Only after ten years of friendship did she discover that she loved him
8 delight in, take pleasure in, derive pleasure or enjoyment from, relish, be partial to, have a passion or preference or taste for, be attracted to, be captivated by, be fond of, like, enjoy, appreciate, value, Colloq get a kick from or out of, be wild about, be thrilled by, US get a bang or charge from or out of:
She loves chocolates. I just love your new dress! Love me, love my dog.


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