in love
Prepositional phrase
  1. indtr en enamored (of a person, etc.)
    I think John is in love.
    Isn't it nice to see two people in love?
    Romeo was in love with Juliet.
  2. indtr en (informal) very fond (of an idea, etc.)
    I'm not exactly in love with the idea of having to start again from scratch.
Synonyms Translations
  • French: amoureux de
  • German: verliebt in (+ accusative)
  • Italian: innamorato di
  • Portuguese: enamorado, apaixonado
  • Russian: влюблённый в
  • Spanish: enamorado de
  • Russian: влюблённый в
  • Spanish: encantado de

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