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  1. love

    • IPA[lʌv]

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    • n.
      an intense feeling of deep affection;a feeling of deep romantic or sexual attachment to someone
    • v.
      feel deep affection for (someone);feel a deep romantic or sexual attachment to (someone)
    • verb: love, 3rd person present: loves, gerund or present participle: loving, past tense: loved, past participle: loved

    • noun: love, plural noun: loves

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    • adj.
      under the influence of the drug Ecstasy, typically with the result of feeling euphoric and ... loved-up ravers

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    • n.
      a person who is a member of one's family or a close friend: families who lost loved ones

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    • adj.
      most popular or favored: one of America's best-loved broadcasters

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      second-hand: pre-loved toys are just as appealing

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    • adj.
      most popular or favoured: he is one of Britain's best-loved actors

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    • n.
      promotion of a person's welfare, especially that of an addict, child, or criminal, by ...

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    • n.
      an actor whose role in a story or film is that of a lover of the central character.

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    • v.
      lavish (someone) with attention or affection, especially in order to influence or manipulate them: he's an emotionally manipulative boyfriend who love-bombs Kate into believing he's everything she wants
    • n.
      an instance of lavishing someone with attention or affection, especially in order to influence ... the intensity created by this love bomb makes it hard for the victim to notice they're being manipulated some parents smother their children's bad behavior with a love bomb

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    美式

    • n.
      an intense feeling of deep affection: babies fill parents with feelings of love their love for their country
    • v.
      feel deep affection for (someone): he loved his sister dearly there were four memorial pages set up by her friends in honor of Phoebe, saying how much they loved and missed her

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