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romance; love (romantic) / CL:
HSK 2
(romantic) love / CL: 個|个, 場|场 / in love / to have an affair
HSK 5
romantic
HSK 5
distinguished and accomplished / outstanding / talented in letters and unconventional in lifestyle / romantic / dissolute / loose
HSK 7-9
to lose one's love / to break up (in a romantic relationship) / to feel jilted
HSK 7-9
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an imagined romantic relationship between two characters in fiction (or in real life) that one wishes for or fantasizes about (abbr. of "coupling")
rhinoceros horn, reputed to confer telepathic powers / fig. mutual sensitivity / tacit exchange of romantic feelings / a meeting of minds
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colorful / splendid / gaudy / amorous / romantic / to envy
(slang) never been in a romantic relationship
alluring / erotic / romantic
(of a movie, novel etc) portraying a love affair; romantic; sentimental
surname Wordsworth / William Wordsworth (1770-1850), English romantic poet
romantic love / romance / erotic (novel etc)
Schumann (name) / Robert Schumann (1810-1856), romantic composer
to do the splits (gymnastics) / (Tw) two-timing (in romantic relationships) / Taiwan pr. [pi1 tui3]
romantic (loanword)
to leak electricity / (fig.) (coll.) to unintentionally arouse romantic interest (by being solicitous etc) / cf. 放電|放电
Alexandr Sergeevich Pushkin (1799-1837), great Russian romantic poet
to murmur endearments (idiom) / to get into a romantic relationship
romantic love
full working hours / full marks / perfect score / (fig.) (after a attribute) couldn't be more (happy, romantic etc)
Brahms (name) / Johannes Brahms (1833-1897), German romantic composer
(idiom) (coll.) to continue in an unsatisfactory job (or romantic relationship etc) while actively looking for a better one
(coll.) jerk; scumbag (esp. in romantic relationships)
pleasant and romantic dream
sb who is romantically involved with sb already in a committed relationship / the other woman / the other man / third person / third party (in dispute) / disinterested party / number three in a list
Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822), English Romantic poet
fig. romantic relationship between an elderly couple / falling in love in the autumn of one's life
(slang) to kabedon; to corner (sb in whom one has a romantic interest) against a wall (loanword from Japanese ドン "kabedon")
Scott (name) / Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832), Scottish romantic novelist
lit. a good horse doesn't turn around and graze the same patch again (idiom) / fig. once you've moved on, don't go back again (romantic relationship, job etc) / leave the past behind
world with only two people (usually refers to a romantic couple) / romantic couple's world
(idiom) to suffer the departure of sb (talented staff or one's spouse etc) and a financial loss as well; to get burned both romantically and financially
Hector Berlioz (1803-1869), French romantic composer, author of Symphonie Fantastique
romantic comedy
lit. amidst the flowers under the moonlight (idiom) / fig. romantic surroundings
Hector Berlioz (1803-1869), French romantic composer, author of Symphonie Fantastique
tangerine flavor / yuri (genre of fiction featuring lesbian romantic or sexual relationships)
never been in a romantic relationship
romance novel / romantic fiction
handsome high-powered businessman (a type of character in an eponymous genre of romantic fiction who typically has a soft spot for a girl of lower social status)
romance / romantic affair
(idiom) (coll.) to continue in an unsatisfactory job (or romantic relationship etc) while actively looking for a better one
Mandarin ducks and butterfly (i.e. love birds) / derogatory reference to populist and romantic writing around 1900
Mandarin ducks and butterfly (i.e. love birds) literary school around 1900, criticized as populist and romantic by socialist realists


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