Results for: love
love /lv/ v. [T] loved, loving, loves 1 to like with great intensity: I love my wife with all my heart. 2 to enjoy very much, take great pleasure in: He loves to play golf, but his wife loves gardening.
n. 1 [U] very strong liking and affection: She shows her love for her children every day. 2 [C] strong enjoyment or pleasure: a love of music 3 [C] an endearing person: That little boy is such a love! 4 [U] sexual desire or passion: He is full of love for his new wife. 5 [U] (in tennis) a score of zero 6 a labor of love: a job or project done for idealistic reasons rather than for money: The professor wrote his book on Shakespeare as a labor of love. 7 a love-hate relationship: a strong emotional connection that involves both caring for and disliking s.o.: That couple has a love-hate relationship. 8 Give s.o. my love: say hello for me in a loving way: Give my love to your mother when you see her. 9 neither for love nor money: not for any reason: Neither for love nor money will he give up smoking. 10 to fall or be in love (with s.o.): to begin to feel or to have strong romantic feelings for s.o.: He fell in love with her the moment he saw her; it was love at first sight. 11 to make love: to have sexual intercourse: They made love on their wedding night.