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Источник:Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English. A S Hornby. Seventh edition. Oxford University Press. 2005.
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love

noun, verb

verb

LIKE/ENJOY 2

to like or enjoy something very much

Synonym - ADORE:

[verb + noun phrase]
I really love summer evenings;
I just love it when you bring me presents!;
He loved the way she smiled;
I love it in Spain
(= I like the life there);
It was one of his best-loved songs;
(ironic) You’re going to love this. They’ve changed their minds again.

[verb + -ing phrase]
(especially in British English) My dad loves going to football games.

[verb + to infinitive]
(especially North American English) I love to go out dancing.

[verb + noun phrase to infinitive]
He loved her to sing to him.


SYNONYMS
like
love • be fond of • be keen on • adore

These words all mean to find something pleasant, attractive or satisfactory, or to enjoy something.

like to find something pleasant, attractive or satisfactory; to enjoy something: Do you like their new house?; I like to see them enjoying themselves.
love to like or enjoy something very much: He loved the way she smiled.
be fond of something to like or enjoy something, especially something you have liked or enjoyed for a long time: We were fond of the house and didn’t want to leave.
be keen on something (British English, informal) (often used in negative statements) to like or enjoy something: I’m not keen on spicy food; She’s not keen on being told what to do.
adore (informal) to like or enjoy something very much: She adores working with children.

LOVE OR ADORE?
Adore
is more informal than love, and is used to express a stronger feeling.

PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS
• to like/love/be fond of/be keen on/adore doing something
• to like/love to do something
• to like/love something very much
• I like/love/adore it here/there/when...
• to like/love/adore the way somebody does something
• to really like/love/adore somebody/something
• to be really fond of/keen on something
• to quite/rather like something

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