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Meaning & Definition of Love in English

English

Love

/ləv/

noun

1. A strong positive emotion of regard and affection

  • "His love for his work"
  • "Children need a lot of love"
    synonym:
  • love

2. Any object of warm affection or devotion

  • "The theater was her first love"
  • "He has a passion for cock fighting"
    synonym:
  • love
  • ,
  • passion

3. A beloved person

  • Used as terms of endearment
    synonym:
  • beloved
  • ,
  • dear
  • ,
  • dearest
  • ,
  • honey
  • ,
  • love

4. A deep feeling of sexual desire and attraction

  • "Their love left them indifferent to their surroundings"
  • "She was his first love"
    synonym:
  • love
  • ,
  • sexual love
  • ,
  • erotic love

5. A score of zero in tennis or squash

  • "It was 40 love"
    synonym:
  • love

6. Sexual activities (often including sexual intercourse) between two people

  • "His lovemaking disgusted her"
  • "He hadn't had any love in months"
  • "He has a very complicated love life"
    synonym:
  • sexual love
  • ,
  • lovemaking
  • ,
  • making love
  • ,
  • love
  • ,
  • love life

verb

1. Have a great affection or liking for

  • "I love french food"
  • "She loves her boss and works hard for him"
    synonym:
  • love

2. Get pleasure from

  • "I love cooking"
    synonym:
  • love
  • ,
  • enjoy

3. Be enamored or in love with

  • "She loves her husband deeply"
    synonym:
  • love

4. Have sexual intercourse with

  • "This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"
  • "Adam knew eve"
  • "Were you ever intimate with this man?"
    synonym:
  • sleep together
  • ,
  • roll in the hay
  • ,
  • love
  • ,
  • make out
  • ,
  • make love
  • ,
  • sleep with
  • ,
  • get laid
  • ,
  • have sex
  • ,
  • know
  • ,
  • do it
  • ,
  • be intimate
  • ,
  • have intercourse
  • ,
  • have it away
  • ,
  • have it off
  • ,
  • screw
  • ,
  • fuck
  • ,
  • jazz
  • ,
  • eff
  • ,
  • hump
  • ,
  • lie with
  • ,
  • bed
  • ,
  • have a go at it
  • ,
  • bang
  • ,
  • get it on
  • ,
  • bonk

Examples of using

I'd love to, but I'm busy.
I'd love to, but I'm busy.
I love my plants.