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She loved her children with all her heart.
I've known Jack for years and I love him dearly.
Lucy loves chocolate.
We went to Corfu last year and loved it.
I've been retired for a year now and I'm loving every minute of it.
I would love a glass of wine (=would like one very much).
I would love to see them again.
Ben loves playing the piano.
I love nothing better than having a really good meal with a few close friends.
This is the British English definition of love. View American English definition of love.
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