English idioms with love; send/give love, lovely
LOVE is arguably the most emotionally charged word in the English language and because of this it is found in a number of expressions, in songs, in poetry and in literature.
1 strong feeling of fondness, pleasure, desire and attraction to another person (be in love)
- – The young couple at the other table were clearly in love
2 strong feeling of emotional attraction, fondness
- – She loves her children more than anything else in the world
3 have a strong liking for something
- – He loves playing the piano.
- – I love watching my son play basketball
Make love (to)
have sexual intercourse with
- – there was a beautiful sensual understanding between them as they made love for the first time.
1- beautiful, attractive to both heart and eye
- – Cristina is a lovely woman
2 – infml. Very pleasant.
- – This is a lovely meal
- – Thank you for a lovely day Grandad, we really enjoyed it.
give/send one’s love
to send friendly greetings to (give best wishes)
- – OK, I’m leaving now. Bye! Please give my love to your parents.
We have many other lessons and exercises with phrasal verbs and English idioms. One example is Cry which is used in a number of well-known English expressions such as crybaby, cry wolf and a far cry There are more lessons with other verbs in the Phrasal Verb Index it includes run and think. If you want, you can practise by doing these exercises