We usually use "crush" too, as there isn't an specific word for it. It's someone you're in love with, but it seems impossible to reach that love or the other loving you back, so "crush" is the sound of your heart breaking when the other doesn't love you back Maybe in Spanish it could be translated as "Mi amor imposible" but you can say "Mi crush" and everyone will understand
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