Definition of 'romance'
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She definitely deserves to find some romance. The Sun (2016)You feel confident when it comes to love and a whirlwind romance could be in store. The Sun (2016)Love-wise, sudden romance comes into your life when you watch a very physical sport. The Sun (2016)While established couples rediscover romance. The Sun (2016)Who says romance is dead? The Sun (2016)And my ex's holiday romance? The Sun (2016)With generous Jupiter in your love life, romance races in to stay. The Sun (2016)It's a satisfying plot with a particularly nice twist at the end, and we certainly do love the romance. The Sun (2017)POOR time keeping, office romances and foul habits are rife in smaller businesses - with one in ten not liking who they work with. The Sun (2016)You will be asked two intriguing love questions when romance is the last thing on your mind. The Sun (2009)Those who frequently wear blue enjoy the least compliments and office romances. The Sun (2012)And they say that romance is dead. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Their romance is still very much on and they are increasingly fond of each other. The Sun (2014)You will find romance where indoor sport is played. The Sun (2009)The romance of his story was building up very well. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This could be linked to a holiday romance or a second honeymoon. The Sun (2009)It seems she may have a little romance in her life. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The four recent books reviewed here take different approaches to medieval romance and its reception. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)You are smarter about love and see that respect is a vital part of romance. The Sun (2008)This rolling romance comes at a price. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This is how they nurtured their budding romance. Christianity Today (2000)Two friends discover romance and excitement when they are drawn into an international drug smuggling plot. The Sun (2010)Perhaps that whirlwind romance was too fast. The Sun (2012)The time is right for love and romance. The Sun (2015)This is the time for office romances. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Now they have decided to end their romance a second time following a series of clashes in the last few weeks. The Sun (2015)If you have watched any romance sabotage films before, you know the rest. The Sun (2008)The story is so preposterous, it should have been an odd little footnote in the history of period romance fiction. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sources say the wild antics sparked the end of the couple 's eight-month romance. The Sun (2011) Historical romances filmed in New Zealand during the first thirty years of the twentieth century appealed to a widespread taste for melodrama and the exotic there. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)
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Translations for 'romance'
British English: romance /rəˈmæns/ NOUN
A romance is a relationship between two people who are in love with each other but who are not married to each other.
...a holiday romance.
- American English: romance
- Arabic: رُومَانْسِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: romance
- Chinese: 浪漫史
- Croatian: romansa
- Czech: milostný vztah
- Danish: romance
- Dutch: romance
- European Spanish: idilio
- Finnish: romanssi
- French: idylle
- German: Romanze
- Greek: ρομάντσο
- Italian: storia d’amore
- Japanese: 恋愛
- Korean: 로맨스
- Norwegian: romanse
- Polish: romans
- European Portuguese: romance
- Romanian: aventurăromantice
- Russian: роман романтические взаимоотношения
- Spanish: idilio
- Swedish: romans
- Thai: เรื่องรักใคร่
- Turkish: aşk
- Ukrainian: роман
- Vietnamese: mối tình
Definition of romance from the Collins English Dictionary
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