简明英汉词典

love
[lQv]
n.
爱, 热爱, 爱情, 爱好, 性爱, 情人, 零
vt.
爱, 热爱, 爱好, 爱慕
vi.

美国传统词典[双解]

love
love
AHD:[l?v]
D.J.[l(v]
K.K.[l(v]
n.(名词)

(1)

A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person, such as that arising from kinship, recognition of attractive qualities, or a sense of underlying oneness.
爱:对某人的一种深切,温柔,无法形容的喜爱或牵挂之情,比如由亲戚关系引起的,对有魅力的品质的发现所引起的,或一种潜伏的同一性引起的

(2)

A feeling of intense desire and attraction toward a person with whom one is disposed to make a pair; the emotion of sex and romance.
情欲,爱欲:对愿意与之结为配偶的人的强烈地欲望和吸引力;性冲动和浪漫的情感

(3)

Sexual passion.
性欲

(4)

Sexual intercourse.
性交

(5)

A love affair.
风流韵事

(6)

An intense emotional attachment, as for a pet or treasured object.
嗜好:一种强烈的感情依赖,比如对一个宠物或珍贵的东西

(7)

A person who is the object of deep or intense affection or attraction; beloved. Often used as a term of endearment.
爱人,意中人:深切或强烈喜爱或吸引的对象;被爱者。经常用于昵称

(8)

An expression of one's affection:
爱意:喜爱的表现:
Send him my love.
给予他我的爱意

(9)

A strong predilection or enthusiasm:
爱,狂热:强烈的偏袒或热情:
a love of language.
对语言的狂热

(10)

The object of such an enthusiasm:
爱的东西或人:这样一种狂热的对象:
The outdoors is her greatest love.
她最热心户外运动

(11)

Love Mythology Eros or Cupid.
Love 【神话】 爱神,丘比特

(12)

Often Love Theology Charity.
常作 Love 【神学】 慈善

(13)

Love Christian Science God.
Love 【基督教科学派】 上帝

(14)

Sports A zero score in tennis.
【体育运动】 网球中的零分
v.(动词)
lovedlov.ingloves
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To have a deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward (a person):
爱,热爱,爱戴:对(某人)有一种深切,温柔,无法形容的喜爱和牵挂:
We love our parents. I love my friends.
我们爱我们的父母。我爱我的朋友

(2)

To have a feeling of intense desire and attraction toward (a person).
爱,抚爱:对(某人)有强烈的欲望和吸引力

(3)

To have an intense emotional attachment to:
爱,爱恋:对…有一种强烈的感情依赖:
loves his house.
依恋他和房子

(4)

To embrace or caress.
拥抱,爱抚

(5)

To have sexual intercourse with.
和…性交

(6)

To like or desire enthusiastically:
嗜好:狂热地喜欢或想得到:
loves swimming.
酷爱游泳

(7)

Theology To have charity for.
【神学】 对…的慈爱

(8)

To thrive on; need:
需要:依靠…生存;需要:
The cactus loves hot, dry air.
仙人掌需要干热的空气
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To experience deep affection or intense desire for another.
爱:体验对某人的深切喜爱或强烈欲望

习惯用语

for love
Out of compassion; with no thought for a reward:
出于同情心;不求回报:
She volunteers at the hospital for love.
她出于爱心主动要求在医院工作

for love or money
Under any circumstances. Usually used in negative sentences:
在任何情况下。经常用在否定句中:
I would not do that for love or money.
在任何情况下我都不会这样做

for the love of
For the sake of; in consideration for:
为了,出于:为了…的缘故;出于对……的考虑:
did it all for the love of praise.
这样做是为了得到赞扬

no love lost
No affection; animosity:
没有好感;敌意:
There's no love lost between them.
他们之间只有敌意

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old English lufu * see leubh-
源自 古英语 lufu *参见 leubh-

参考词汇

(1)

loveaffectiondevotionfondnessinfatuation

(2)

These nouns denote feelings of warm personal attachment or strong attraction to another person.
这些名词表示对另外一个人的温暖的个人依恋或强烈的吸引力。

(3)

Love suggests a more intense feeling than that associated with the other words of this group:
Love 比这类词中的相关词表明一种更强烈的感情:
married for love.
为爱而结婚。

(4)

Affection is a less ardent and more unvarying feeling of tender regard:
Affection 不那么热烈,但多一点永恒不变的温柔感:
parental affection.
父母的慈爱。

(5)

Devotion is earnest, affectionate dedication; it implies a more selfless, often more abiding feeling than love :
Devotion 表示热心的,充满情爱的奉献;它暗指比love 更无私,通常更执着的感情:
The devotion of the aged couple is inspiring.
老人的挚爱是催人奋进的。

(6)

Fondness is strong liking or affection:
Fondness 是一种强烈的喜欢或喜爱:
showed their fondness for their grandchildren by financing their education.
通过资助孙辈们的教育来表达对他们的喜爱。

(7)

Infatuation is foolish or extravagant attraction, often of short duration:
Infatuation 是一种愚蠢的爱或滥爱,通常持续的时间短:
Their infatuation blinded them to the fundamental differences in their points of view. See also Synonyms at like 1
他们之间的迷恋使他们看不到他们之间意见的根本分歧 参见同义词 like1

现代英汉词典

love
[lQv]
n.

(1)

爱;爱情
The boy fell in love with the girl.
这小伙子爱上了这姑娘。
Love is blind.
爱情使人对缺点视而不见。;情人眼里出西施。
His love for his wife is now dead. (喻)
他对他妻子的爱现在已经幻灭。
There's no love lost between them.
他们彼此之间毫无感情。

(2)

爱好;喜好
love of music
对音乐的爱好
Painting was the love of his life.
绘画是他毕生的爱好。

(3)

爱好的事物;噬好

(4)

被爱的人
"Yes, my love."
"是的,我亲爱的。"

(5)

(亲热的招呼语)哎 (= luv)

(6)

个人所喜爱的人(或事)
"It's a love, isn't it?"
"真可爱啊,是不是?"

习惯用语

make love
(常与to连用)做爱,性交

no love lost between
没有交情

词性变化

love
vt.
loved, loving

(1)

Mothers and fathers love their children.
父母喜爱他们的孩子。
"Love me, love my dog.(谚)"
爱屋及乌。
"'I know,' answered Crawley, 'but I love to hear you say it!'"
"`这我知道,'克劳莱回答说,`不过我就爱听你讲这件事!'"

(2)

热爱
Maria loves reading.
玛丽亚喜欢读书。
Our boss loves to bike for an excursion.
我们老板喜欢骑自行车去郊游。

(3)

与…发生性行为

现代英汉综合大辞典

love
[lQv]
n.

(1)

爱, 热爱

(2)

爱好

(3)

爱情, 恋爱

(4)

亲戚朋友的问候

(5)

爱人, 亲爱的, 宝贝(夫妻之间或对孩子的称呼)

(6)

情人(多指女性); 情妇

(7)

性爱, 性关系

(8)

讨人喜爱的人[物]

(9)

[Love ]爱神, 爱的化身

(10)

【体】零分
first love
初恋
unrequited [one-sided] love
单相思
mother's love
母爱
love of [for] one's country
对国家的爱
They are in love.
他们在恋爱。
Please, send my love to your mother.
请向您的母亲问候。

词性变化

love
vt.

(1)

爱, 恋爱, 爱戴

(2)

赞美, 称赞

(3)

爱好, 喜欢

(4)

抚爱
love our socialist motherland
热爱我们社会主义祖国
He loves to ride on a horse.
他喜欢骑马。
I'd love to, but I am afraid I can't come tomorrow morning.
我倒是希望明天上午来, 但恐怕来不了。

love
vi.
爱; 堕入情网

继承用法

love-begotten
adj.
私生的

lovebird
n.
相思鸟; 情鸟(小鹦鹉类); [pl.] 爱侣; 恩爱夫妻

lovechild
n.
私生子

love-crossed
adj.
在爱情中不走运的

love-in
n.
(嬉皮士等的)友爱大聚会

love-in-a-mist
[`lQvInE`mIst]
n.
(=love-in-a-puzzle)黑种草(产于欧洲, 一种开兰花的毛莨科植物)

love-in-idleness
[`lQvIn`aIdlnIs]
n.
【植】三色堇

love-lies-bleeding
[`lQvlaIz`bli:dIN]
n.
【植】鸡冠花, (苋科)老枪谷, 千穗谷

love-life
n.
[口]恋爱经历

lovelock
n.
(女人的)娇发; (伊丽莎白女皇及詹姆斯一世时流行的上层社会中男子在耳边用丝带等结扎下垂的)爱发

lovelorn
[`lQvlR:n]
adj.
失恋的, 害相思病的, 苦恋的

love-making
n.
调情, 谈情说爱, 求爱, 性交

love-nest
n.
[美俚]爱情的窝巢; 新婚家庭; 爱人幽会处

love-philter [philtre,potion]
n.
媚药(据信能使人对某人产生爱情)

love-powder
n.
催情药粉

lovesick
[5lQvsIk]
adj.
害相思病的

lovesickness
n.
相思病

lovestruck
[`lQvstrQk]
adj.
在爱情中神魂颠倒的

love-token
n.
爱情纪念品

loveworthy
[`lQv9w\:TI]
adj.
值得爱的

习惯用语

be crossed in love
失恋

calf [puppy] love
童年时的恋爱

cupboard love
有所贪图的爱; 因企图得到某物所表示的亲热

fall in love (with)
对...产生爱情

fall out of love (with)
爱情中断

for love
为了爱[兴趣],由于爱好而做某事; 无报酬地

for love or money
无论出什么代价; 无论如何(常用于否定句)

for the love of
为了...起见, 看在...的分上

for the love of Mike
[口]看在上帝分上; 务请

give [send] one's love to sb.
向某人致敬[问候]

He knows not what love is that has no children.
[谚]没有孩子的人不知道什么叫爱。

in love (with)
在恋爱中; 热爱着(事物, 职业)

light o' [of] love

(1)

放荡的女人, 水性杨花的女子

(2)

妓女

make love to sb.
向某人求爱; 与某人发生性关系

One love drives out another.
[谚]新的爱情来, 旧的爱情去。

out of love (with)
不喜欢, 觉得讨厌

Platonic love
精神上的恋爱; 男女间的纯洁友谊

play for love
(打牌)打着玩玩(不赌钱)

There's no love lost between them.

(1)

[废]他们彼此相爱, 他们非常相爱。

(2)

他们之间没有好感, 他们彼此厌恶。

Unlucky in love, lucky at play.
[谚]情场失意, 赌场得意。

love all
[体]双方打成零比零

Love and a cough cannot be hid.
[谚]爱情和咳嗽是藏不住的。

love (you) and leave you
狠一狠心离开你(离别用语)

love at first sight
一见钟情

Love can neither be bought or sold.
[谚]爱情是不能买卖的。

Love cannot be enforced [compelled].
[谚]爱情不能强求。

love in a cottage
穷苦的结婚生活, 糟糠夫妻的生活

Love is blind.
[谚]爱情是盲目的; 情人眼里出西施。

Love is never without jealousy.
[谚]有爱情必有妒忌。

Love is the reward of love. [L-is the true price of love.]
[谚]爱就是爱的报酬。

Love lives in cottage as well as in courts.
[谚]爱情不分贫贱与高贵。

Love me, love my dog.
[谚]爱屋及乌; 打狗要看主人面。

love of gain
贪婪, 爱财

Love should not be all on one side.
[谚]单恋不成爱。

love them and leave them
(对女人)始乱终弃

参考词汇
love     affection    
都含“热爱”、“爱恋”的意思。

(1)

love指“深情的爱”, 常用于祖国、亲友或异性等方面, 如:
Every person needs to give and receive love.
人人都爱人, 人人都被人爱。

(2)

affection语气比 love弱, 指“慈爱”、“不强烈的 、较长期的爱”, 如:
I like her, but feel no affection for her.
我喜欢她, 但不爱她。
hatred    dislike    

用法词典

love
(来自古英语 lufu 喜欢,欲)

英文相关词典

love
adore    be fond of    care for    cherish    fancy    idolize    like    abhor    enmity    hate    spite    

美国传统词典

love
love
AHD:[l?v]
D.J.[l(v]
K.K.[l(v]
n.

(1)

A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person, such as that arising from kinship, recognition of attractive qualities, or a sense of underlying oneness.

(2)

A feeling of intense desire and attraction toward a person with whom one is disposed to make a pair; the emotion of sex and romance.

(3)

Sexual passion.

(4)

Sexual intercourse.

(5)

A love affair.

(6)

An intense emotional attachment, as for a pet or treasured object.

(7)

A person who is the object of deep or intense affection or attraction; beloved. Often used as a term of endearment.

(8)

An expression of one's affection:
Send him my love.

(9)

A strong predilection or enthusiasm:
a love of language.

(10)

The object of such an enthusiasm:
The outdoors is her greatest love.

(11)

Love Mythology Eros or Cupid.

(12)

Often Love Theology Charity.

(13)

Love Christian Science God.

(14)

Sports A zero score in tennis.
v.
loved, lov.ing, loves
v.tr.

(1)

To have a deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward (a person):
We love our parents. I love my friends.

(2)

To have a feeling of intense desire and attraction toward (a person).

(3)

To have an intense emotional attachment to:
loves his house.

(4)

To embrace or caress.

(5)

To have sexual intercourse with.

(6)

To like or desire enthusiastically:
loves swimming.

(7)

Theology To have charity for.

(8)

To thrive on; need:
The cactus loves hot, dry air.
v.intr.
To experience deep affection or intense desire for another.

习惯用语

for love
Out of compassion; with no thought for a reward:
She volunteers at the hospital for love.

for love or money
Under any circumstances. Usually used in negative sentences:
I would not do that for love or money.

for the love of
For the sake of; in consideration for:
did it all for the love of praise.

no love lost
No affection; animosity:
There's no love lost between them.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old English lufu * see leubh-

参考词汇

(1)

love, affection, devotion, fondness, infatuation

(2)

These nouns denote feelings of warm personal attachment or strong attraction to another person.

(3)

Love suggests a more intense feeling than that associated with the other words of this group:
married for love.

(4)

Affection is a less ardent and more unvarying feeling of tender regard:
parental affection.

(5)

Devotion is earnest, affectionate dedication; it implies a more selfless, often more abiding feeling than love :
The devotion of the aged couple is inspiring.

(6)

Fondness is strong liking or affection:
showed their fondness for their grandchildren by financing their education.

(7)

Infatuation is foolish or extravagant attraction, often of short duration:
Their infatuation blinded them to the fundamental differences in their points of view. See also Synonyms at like 1

英汉化学大词典

love
vt.爱,爱好,零分;n.爱好,零分

英汉计算机大词典

love
vt.爱(爱好,零分);n.爱好(零分)

英汉中医大词典

love
n.爱,性爱

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