Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Love"

The meaning of "Love" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I don't think it's love so much as lust. mean?
A: It means that you think someone isn't in love, they just find someone really good looking which is making them think theyre in love.
Its like people may say they love lee min ho but its not love its lust: they like him because they think he's good looking. Hope that helps
Q: What does mad love, is it like crazy love or something like that mean?
A: mm se usa mad como enojado pero así como desquiciado, asi que podria ser: un amor desquiciado es como un amor loco o similar
Q: What does falling in love mean?
A: "enamorándo(se)" pongo "se" entre paréntesis porque depende del contexto, puede ser enamorándome, enamorándote, etc
Q: What does i love you , but you are tired mean?
A: Te amo, pero tú estás cansada/o
Q: What does Thank you, Mom..
for the love, strength and care
*for in this world that is quite rare*
I just want to know the meaning of the third sentence..
what does the whole sentence mean?
mean?
A: it means that it's hard to find a mother like her/ his mum who is loving, strong and caring.

Example sentences using "Love"

Q: Please show me example sentences with love, emotion, and power --as many as you can...
A: 1. LOVE (n) the one thing that could make everyone do stupid stuff within a flick of a finger.
– The love in your heart will help you unconditionally forgive.
– He loved her as every bit as tender as he vowed to.
– Give love as much as you deserve to be loved.
– He might have forgotten how to fall in love.
– Romeo loved Juliet until his very last breath.

2. EMOTION (n) shallow part of the ocean where everyone seems to drown.
– If you let your emotions gobble you up, it's over.
– Don't bottle up your emotions, it's best to let go of the load before continuing to walk on by.
– Your emotions are as fragile as an eggshell
– His face failed to show genuine emotions.

3. POWER (n) that little voice inside your head telling you what is right and wrong but you choose to ignore.
– Everyone has the power and freedom to speak their hearts.
– Superman's powers are not very impressive.
– Your girlfriend do not have the power to take your phone, why are you letting her?
– Your power is your voice.
Q: Please show me example sentences with i love my mom.
A: I really love my mom
I do love my mom
Q: Please show me example sentences with love you love i love you .
A: I love you. I love meeting new people. I love animals. I love it! I would love to get to know you better.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I love ~ more than ~.
A: "she loves chocolate more than she loves green beans"
"he loves his wife more than he ever thought possible"
"they loved each other more then they ever thought possible"
Q: Please show me example sentences with love at first sight .
A: you can apply to anyone or anything really, it just depends on the context.

"When I first saw him, it was love at first sight."

...or if you want to expand on this,

"To be in the same room as him made my heart flutter and my lips quiver. I have never felt this way before; this must be love at first sight."

Or if you want to apply it to something that is material,

"That moist sponge with buttercream in between the layers as well as sweet frosting. If this isn't love at first sight, then I don't know what is!"

Or even a car...

"I knew she was the right one for me. Her curves accentuating he figure with her soft interior hugging my when I enter. Love at first sight has never had a greater meaning than it does now as I look at this new Mercedes!"

So context is important but you can apply it to anything really!

I hope it helps! 👍🏼

Synonyms of "Love" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between love (to do) something and like (to do) something ?
A: Love to do something is stronger than like to do something.
Q: What is the difference between like and love ?
A: Love is stronger than like. It can also imply romantic interest when directed at someone. Here are some examples...

"I like to travel."
--->
"I love(really really really like) to travel." If someone said this, you would think traveling is their hobby.

"I like your shirt."
--->
"I love (really really really like) your shirt!"

"I like you." They are your friend.**
--->
"I love you." They are either your close friend, a family member, or you have romantic interest in them. Just be careful saying this, especially with a friend of the opposite gender!

**Avoid being direct if you want to say this. Sometimes, especially with younger people, "like" can mean "have a crush on (love)".
"I think he likes you. He's always smiling at you."

"I need to tell you something... I like you."

I hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between ❤️I was deeply in love with you. ❤️ and ❤️I was falling hard for you.❤️ ?
A: When you are falling for someone it means you are in the process of becoming (falling) in love with that person.

If you're falling hard, it means you are quickly developing a major crush for that person while you are just beginning to get to know them - it implies mostly attraction and all the intense hormonal/emotional upheaval that goes with it, and is something that happens very quickly.

When you say that you are deeply in love with someone, it means that your feelings have progressed beyond mere attraction and have become more meaningful and mature. This usually takes some time to happen.
Q: What is the difference between I was deeply in love with you. ❤️ and I was falling hard for you. ❤️ ?
A: I was deeply in love with you. = in the past, I loved you very much.

I was falling hard for you = in the past, I was falling for you at a high rate. Think of a rock falling off of a roof and then falling down hard to the ground.
Metaphorically/idiomatically/analagously,
I = rock
you = ground
Q: What is the difference between love and like ?
A: Like is something you appreciate or find appealing.
Love is either you really like or are very passionate about something/someone.
Both sound the same in sentences so tone and how it's being said determine how much or less they mean it.
"I like/love my dog."
"I like to go outside."
"I love ice cream."
"I like hanging out with you."
"I love hanging out with you guys!"
"Do you like to talk?"
"Where do you like to run?"
"You love to run don't you?"

Translations of "Love"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I love you meaning?
A: Im not sure what you mean, i love you is i love you in english
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I really love you
A: I love you a lot/ I love you so much
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? love you
A: 이 답변이 유용할 수도 있습니다.

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? She … to love dancing, but she prefers yoga now.

What to put instead of "..."? Thank you!
A: used to
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When you fall in love somebody, If you say " I love you" that too soon right?
So, what do you say?
A: "I love you" is pretty serious. Using it before at least a 3-4 months is generally too soon (though everyone is different). If you're asking someone out, you can say "I like you." But if you're already a couple, saying "I like you" is a little odd. The period after becoming a couple but before you're ready to say "I love you" is a little awkward. There's no specific phrase you can say. You can compliment them I guess. Like saying "you're cute" or something.

Other questions about "Love"

Q: I've loved it since I saw it. Does this sound natural?
A: It's perfectly understandable. Maybe "I fell in love with it the first time I saw it" adds more emphasis depending on the context.
Q: “Sorry, I said “I love this movie too” in the heart of the moment, but I have never watched it before.” Does this sound natural?
A: Sorry, I said “I love this movie, too” in the heat of the moment, even though I have never watched it before.

"...in the heat of the moment" implies that you are angry or excited. Maybe you mean "...on the spur of the moment"?
Q: In love you can't be afraid to fall on your face. You have to finish and start as many times as you need. Does this sound natural?
A: “When in love, you can’t be afraid..........”
“You have to get up and start again....”

is more natural.

1. add “When” and a comma
2. Change “finish” to “get up”

“Get up and start again” is used frequently during motivational speeches. Also, we already know that the individual has fallen down based on the first sentence. Therefore it’s okay to omit the word “finish” and go straight to “get up”
Q: 1. I think she is flawless. I feel like I'm blinded by love.
☞ Does this sound natural?

2. She is a very pure and open-minded person.
☞ I'm confused about the actual meaning of this. What I'm trying to say is she has a good personality(pure) and open-minded(sociable). One of my friends told me that if someone is pure, it means she is a virgin. And if someone is open-minded, it can mean she is open-minded when it comes to s*x. I'm still confused.
A: Haha OK this is a little tricky. Yes both these statements sound natural.

The second sentence can be taken to mean she is a virgin and open about sex. However that's only one VERY skewed interpretation. I wouldn't have thought that from reading it.
wouldn't associate pure with a good personality to be honest. Pure to me means more like naive or young. Honest or sincere might be better synonyms to use.

Open minded doesn't mean the same as sociable and I wouldn't have made that connection. Open minded means she's open to new ideas and experiences. Similar to adventurous. Friendly or outgoing might be better words to replace sociable.
Well I hope you find this helpful! :)
Q: Please show me how to pronounce love coach.
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