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Love, Courtney /ˈkɔːtni $ -ɔːr-/
love /lʌv/ verb
love noun


مهر ، محبت ، معشوقه ، دوست داشتن ، عشق داشتن ، عاشق بودن ، روانشناسی: عشق ، ورزش: امتیاز صفر
love
[verb]
Synonyms:
- adore, cherish, dote on, hold dear, idolize, prize, treasure, worship
- enjoy, appreciate, delight in, like, relish, savour, take pleasure in
[noun]
Synonyms:
- passion, adoration, affection, ardour, attachment, devotion, infatuation, tenderness, warmth
- liking, devotion, enjoyment, fondness, inclination, partiality, relish, soft spot, taste, weakness
- beloved, darling, dear, dearest, lover, sweetheart, truelove
- in love: enamoured, besotted, charmed, enraptured, infatuated, smitten
Antonyms: hate
Contrasted words: antipathy, aversion, animosity, animus, enmity, hostility, rancor, abhorrence, detestation, hatred, abjure, give up, reject, relinquish, avoid, disregard, ignore, neglect, overlook, shun, slight
Related Idioms: (the) tender passion, hold dear
Related Words: like(s), liking, regard, adoration, idolatry, piety, worship, allegiance, fealty, fidelity, loyalty, emotion, sentiment, crush, infatuation, passion, yearning, ardency, ardor, enthusiasm, fervor, zeal, desire, lust, appreciate, cherish, prize, treasure, value, dote (on or upon), fancy, deify, exalt, idolize, revere, venerate, admire, like
English Thesaurus: love, adore, be in love (with somebody), be infatuated with somebody, have a crush on somebody, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Love, Courtney /ˈkɔːtni $ -ɔːr-/
(1965–) a US singer, songwriter, and actress. In the 1990s, she was in the rock group Hole, which was known for having a loud, angry style. She is also famous for having been married to Kurt Cobain. She has appeared in several films, including The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996). Her BIRTHNAME is Courtney Michelle Harrison.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. love1 S1 W1 /lʌv/ verb
[Word Family: adjective: lovableUNLOVABLE, loveless, lovely, loving, unloved; noun: love, lover, loveliness., lovey; verb: love; adverb: lovingly]

1. ROMANTIC ATTRACTION [transitive not in progressive] to have a strong feeling of affection for someone, combined with sexual attraction:
I love you, Tracy.
He was the only man she had ever loved.

2. CARE ABOUT [transitive not in progressive] to care very much about someone, especially a member of your family or a close friend:
I love my grandad so much.
I’ve always loved children.
much-loved/well-loved
In 1941, her much-loved sister was killed in an accident.
Many people feel guilty after the death of a loved one.

3. LIKE/ENJOY [transitive] to like something very much or enjoy doing something very much:
I love carrots.
Jeff loves his work.
I love the way she sings that song.
Amy had always loved New York.
love doing something
I love going out to restaurants.
love to do something
We all love to talk about ourselves.
I’d love to (do something) spoken (=used to say that you would really like to do something)
‘Would you like to come swimming with us?’ ‘I’d love to.’
I’d have loved to have stayed till the end.
I’d love to know just why they did that.

4. LOYALTY [transitive not in progressive] to have a strong feeling of loyalty to your country, an institution etc:
Dad’s always loved the navy.

5. I love it! spoken used when you are amused by something, especially by someone else’s mistake or bad luck:
‘And then her boyfriend walked in and saw her kissing Ray.’ ‘I love it!’

6. sb’s going to love something spoken
a) used to say that someone will enjoy something:
Listen guys, you’re going to love this.
b) used to say that someone will not be pleased about something:
I’m going to love telling him we’ve changed our minds again.
lover

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. love2 S1 W1 noun
[Word Family: adjective: lovableUNLOVABLE, loveless, lovely, loving, unloved; noun: love, lover, loveliness., lovey; verb: love; adverb: lovingly]
[Language: Old English; Origin: lufu]

1. FOR FAMILY/FRIENDS [uncountable] a strong feeling of caring about someone, especially a member of your family or a close friend Antonym : hate, hatred:
What these kids need is love and support.
love for
a mother’s love for her child

2. ROMANTIC [uncountable] a strong feeling of liking someone a lot combined with sexual attraction
love for
Their love for each other grew deeper every day.
Tara is madly in love with you.

3. PERSON YOU LOVE [countable] someone that you feel a strong romantic and sexual attraction to:
He was her first love.
the love of your life (=the person that you feel or felt the most love for)

4. PLEASURE/ENJOYMENT
a) [singular, uncountable] a strong feeling of pleasure and enjoyment that something gives you
love of/for
my love of nature
He had a great love of music.
I fell in love with Amsterdam the very first time I visited the city.
b) [countable] something that gives you a lot of pleasure and enjoyment:
Sailing was her great love.

5. make love (to/with somebody)
a) to have sex with someone that you love
b) old use to say loving things to someone, to kiss them etc

6. send/give your love (to somebody), send/give somebody your love to ask someone to give your loving greetings to someone else when they see them, write to them etc:
Aunt Mary sends her love.

7. love (from somebody)/lots of love/all my love written used at the end of a letter to a friend, a member of your family, or someone you love:
See you soon. Lots of love, Clare.

8. (my) love British English spoken informal
a) a word used when you are talking to someone you love Synonym : darling:
‘Hello, love,’ said her father.
b) a friendly way of talking to someone who you do not know, especially to a woman or child. Many women consider this to be impolite or offensive:
What’s your name, love?

9. be a love and .../... there’s a love British English spoken used when you are asking someone, especially children and members of your family, to do something:
Give these to your sisters, there’s a love.

10. there is no love lost between somebody and somebody if there is no love lost between two people, they dislike each other

11. TENNIS [uncountable] an expression meaning ‘no points’, used in the game of tennis

12. not for love or/nor money informal if you cannot get something or do something for love or money, it is impossible to obtain or to do:
I can’t get hold of that book for love nor money.

13. love triangle a situation in which someone is having a sexual relationship with the partner of a close friend – used especially in newspapers

14. for the love of God (also for the love of Mike/Pete) old-fashioned spoken used to show that you are extremely angry, disappointed etc
a labour of love at labour1(4)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

love
noun
ADJ. deep, great, overwhelming, passionate her deep love for him
genuine, pure, real, true | unconditional | abiding, eternal, undying He had an abiding love of the English countryside. You have my undying love.
hopeless, unrequited a sad tale of unrequited love
thwarted a play about thwarted love
mutual | free They were into free love and avoided commitment.
first I like most sports but tennis is my first love.
brotherly, maternal, parental, sisterly | courtly, platonic, romantic the cult of courtly love in twelfth-century Aquitaine
erotic, physical, sexual | heterosexual, homosexual, lesbian | redemptive | divine, human
VERB + LOVE feel, have She felt no love for him. He had a great love of life.
search for, seek | find At last she had found true love.
express, show | declare, profess They publicly declared their love for each other.
promise ‘You promised me love!’ he cried despairingly.
return He didn't return her love.
share They share a love of music.
give sb, send (sb) Bob sends his love.
be in, fall in He fell in love with one of his students.
fall out of | make (= have sex) It was the first time they had made love. He wanted to make love to her.
LOVE + NOUN affair | life | letter | scene, song, story
PREP. for/out of ~ I did it for love!
in ~ We are very much in love.
~ between the love between parent and child
~ for He did not know how to express his love for her.
~ of She had a great love of painting.
PHRASES an act of love, deeply/madly/passionately in love I was madly in love with her.
desperately/hopelessly in love, head over heels in love, love at first sight Do you believe in love at first sight?
the love of sb's life She was the love of his life.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

love
verb
ADV. dearly, deeply, passionately, really, tenderly, very much He loved his wife dearly.
unconditionally He wanted to be unconditionally loved.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

love

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

love
verb
BAD: I'm sure that once you see Venice, you'll love it very much.
GOOD: I'm sure that once you see Venice, you'll love it.

Usage Note:
love sb (very much ): 'I love him very much.'
love sth (WITHOUT very much ): 'I love tennis.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

love
lʌv
See: for love or money , in love , labor of love , make love , no love lost , puppy love also calf love

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

LOVE
Loss of Valuable Energy

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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