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English idioms/expressions with LOVE

An idiom (idiomatic expression) is a phrase in which the words together create a different meaning than the individual words.

love sick (adj) = in love, or missing the person you love, so much that you cannot act normal

My 16 year old daughter is so love sick that she cannot eat.

labor of love (n) = doing a task/job because you want to/are passionate about it, not for material reward or money

Painting the house was a labor of love. My children are so happy with their new bedrooms.

love at first sight (n) = instant attraction and feelings for another person

It was love at first sight when I saw my boyfriend. We have been together for 3 years now.

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