Definition of 'lover'
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It is another art deco gem and its story will delight music lovers. The Sun (2016)Having rooms on site means wine lovers can enjoy one taster too many, then roll into bed. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Britain is a nation of meat lovers and people have no idea how much is healthy to consume, a major study of eating habits has found. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is a nation of horse lovers and they have seen a stunning horse. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She finds herself filled with anxiety about her relationship with her lover. Christianity Today (2000)Here is lavish feast for opera lovers. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So they came to an agreement that she would find a lover first. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The tents are on the outside and music lovers commute to the stages and the shops. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My girlfriend found out and gave me the choice of either my lover or her. The Sun (2016)Two lovers meeting somewhere outdoors in the dark. Somewhere East of Life (1994)We are now lovers and she says she loves me to bits. The Sun (2015)This past week has showcased what lovers of jump racing have always known. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It would be impossible for the cricket lover not to enjoy this lovingly compiled book. Times, Sunday Times (2015)My lover thinks my relationship with my boyfriend is over. The Sun (2014)He formed a coterie of opera and ballet lovers who were enthusiastic and loyal. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He refused to tell me anything about his lover except her first name. The Sun (2011)The gallery has put its entire collection online and art lovers can either browse or search by topic. Times, Sunday Times (2006)To emphasise that horse riders are represented in all classes and most income groups is of immense service to horse lovers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)For hamburger lovers, and people who like being followed by dogs. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He ran for it, being a music lover. Somewhere East of Life (1994)For example, one of the first things new lovers on any continent do is give each other a relationship history. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Last night's opener of three was a treat for lovers of things that go bump in the night and of character actors sparring. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'lover'
British English: lover /ˈlʌvə/ NOUN
Someone's lover is someone who they are having a romantic relationship with but are not married to.
Every Thursday she met her lover.
- American English: lover
- Arabic: مُحِبُّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: amante
- Chinese: 情人
- Croatian: ljubavnik
- Czech: milenec
- Danish: elsker
- Dutch: minnaar
- European Spanish: amante
- Finnish: rakastaja
- French: amant
- German: Liebhaber
- Greek: εραστής
- Italian: amante
- Japanese: 愛人
- Korean: 연인
- Norwegian: elsker
- Polish: kochanek
- European Portuguese: amante
- Romanian: iubit
- Russian: любовник
- Spanish: amante
- Swedish: älskare
- Thai: คู่รัก
- Turkish: aşık
- Ukrainian: коханий
- Vietnamese: người yêu
Definition of lover from the Collins English Dictionary
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