40-love!; She won the first set six-love/ six games to love.
Idiom(s) section. (just) for love | (just) for the love of something without receiving payment or any other reward: They’re all volunteers, working for the love of it. for the love of God (old-fashioned, informal) used when you are expressing anger and the fact that you are impatient: For the love of God, tell me what he said! give/send my love to somebody (informal) used to send good wishes to somebody: Give my love to Mary when you see her; Bob sends his love. love from | lots of love (from) (informal) used at the end of a letter to a friend or to somebody you love, followed by your name: Lots of love, Jenny love is blind (saying) when you love somebody, you cannot see their faults make love (to somebody) to have sex: It was the first time they had made love. not for love or/nor money if you say you cannot do something for love nor money, you mean it is completely impossible to do it there’s little/no love lost between A and B they do not like each other: There’s no love lost between her and her in-laws. — more at CUPBOARD, FAIR adjective, HEAD noun, LABOUR noun