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Trust is a hot topic between partners and helps you build a very resilient and romantic relationship. The Sun (2016)Romantic relationships deepen now partners feel lucky to have each other. The Sun (2016)Discovering that a relationship can be romantic and reliable will transform the way you see your future. The Sun (2016)We all know that the bright fireworks of romantic love don't last. Times, Sunday Times (2017)That's a very romantic proposition and one you should take him up on. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The devaluation of romantic love hasn't killed the yearning for it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And as romantic relationships become more relaxed, love gets stronger. The Sun (2016)She cooks a meal, but this definitely isn't a romantic candlelit dinner for two. The Sun (2016)When you have romantic feelings for somebody, it's usual to be nice to them. The Sun (2016)You are asked a romantic question when love is the last thing on your mind. The Sun (2012)You can give a relationship a romantic makeover. The Sun (2011)He always had a very romantic view of the world and the city. THE LAST PARTY: Britpop, Blair and the demise of English rock (2003)More romantic is one way of putting it. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But he is obviously a hopeless romantic. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The romantic poet or the rational philosopher? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Who has deep and romantic feelings for you? The Sun (2014)The moon of love adds romantic fun to a settled relationship. The Sun (2009)Two romantic relationships were aborted by wary fathers. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)Climb the steps at sunset for a romantic view of the whole city. The Sun (2015)Is your notion of identity a romantic one? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Historians of rage yoga will no doubt attribute some of its earliest forms to a rocky period in her romantic life. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Run out on a romantic dinner? The Sun (2009)What a hopeless romantic you are. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Both composers were romantics; only the generations changed. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We owe the idea of individual fulfilment through love with one person to the Romantic movement. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The couple were snapped this week after a romantic dinner in London. The Sun (2010)The best and the worst of the 19th-century romantic poets also had daft political ideas. Times, Sunday Times (2008)From there they made their way into written verse romances, and finally on into modern romantic literature. Christianity Today (2000)I had a place at the university to begin a masters in romantic literature. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A nice dash of melodrama for a composer as romantic as Berlioz. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's the most beautiful, intensely romantic city in the world. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Most people choose somewhere beautiful or romantic, while 12 per cent return to the site of their first trip together. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'romantic'
British English: romantic /rəʊˈmæntɪk/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is romantic or does romantic things says and does things that make their partner feel special and loved.
...a romantic dinner for two.
- American English: romantic
- Arabic: رُومانْسيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: romântico
- Chinese: 浪漫的
- Croatian: romantičan
- Czech: romantický
- Danish: romantisk
- Dutch: romantisch
- European Spanish: romántico
- Finnish: romanttinen
- French: romantique
- German: romantisch
- Greek: ρομαντικός
- Italian: romantico
- Japanese: ロマンチックな
- Korean: 로맨틱한
- Norwegian: romantisk
- Polish: romantyczny
- European Portuguese: romântico
- Romanian: romantic
- Russian: романтический
- Spanish: romántico
- Swedish: romantisk
- Thai: เกี่ยวกับเรื่องรักใคร่
- Turkish: romantik
- Ukrainian: романтичний
- Vietnamese: lãng mạn
British English: romantic NOUN
A romantic is a person who has romantic views.
You're a hopeless romantic.
Definition of romantic from the Collins English Dictionary
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