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To love or like a person

love

verb

to be very strongly attracted to someone in an emotional and sexual way

care for

to love someone, especially in a way that is based on friendship rather than sex

adore

verb

to love someone very much

dote on

to love someone very much, often so much that you do not notice their faults

fall in love

to start to love someone

have a soft spot for someone

to like someone a lot, even if they do not deserve it

long

verb

to want to be with someone who you love, especially when this is not likely to happen soon

fall for

to be very attracted to someone and to start to love them

worship the ground someone walks on

to love and admire someone so much that you think they are perfect

love

verb

to care very much about someone, especially members of your family or close friends

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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