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16 phrases found for the topic Love
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Phrase: Dance cheek to cheek
Meaning: With your cheek touching your partner's cheek.
I saw them dancing cheek to cheek and snogging.
Date: 2018-02-18 18:23:37
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Phrase: She/He loves me... She/He loves me not
Meaning: You use this phrase when picking the petals off a flower one by one:
She loves me (you pick one petal off the flower)
She loves me not (you pick another petal off the flower)
She loves me
She loves me not...
Date: 2015-06-28 22:38:14
Phrase: Have a crush on someone
Meaning: To be infatuated with someone: When I was a kid, I had a crush on my maths teacher
Date: 2015-05-08 23:48:58
Phrase: A blind date
Meaning: A romantic date with someone that you have not met before: Tonight I have a blind date. Will he be handsome and friendly?
Phrase: An old flame
Meaning: A former love
Phrase: Be nuts (on or over or about) someone or something
Meaning: Very keen on / fond of someone or something: He is nuts about her (that is, he likes or loves her a lot)
Phrase: Be sweet on someone
Meaning: To be attracted by/to someone.
I have always been sweet on her, but I have never had the courage to tell her.
Phrase: Find your perfect match
Phrase: Hatred does not cease by hatred, but only by love; this is the eternal rule
Phrase: Head over heels in love with someone
Phrase: Love and linger
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Phrase: Love at first sight
Meaning: You fall in love with someone the first time you see him or her: The first time we met we fell in love. It was love at first sight.
Phrase: Love it or leave it
Sent by Wayfarer
Phrase: Love me, love my dog
Phrase: Mr Right
Meaning: The perfect match for a woman:
-Are you still a virgin?
- Yes, I am. I have not found Mr Right yet.
Phrase: Two is company. Three is a crowd.
They're just married, and you know that two is company and three is a crowd (that is, they need to be alone, and have some intimacy).
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