Love vs. Admire

Love vs. Admire — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Love and Admire

Lovenoun

(uncountable) Strong affection.

Admireverb

To be amazed at; to view with surprise; to marvel at.

Lovenoun

A profound and caring affection towards someone.

A mother’s love is not easily shaken.My husband’s love is the most important thing in my life.

Admireverb

(transitive) To regard with wonder and delight.

Lovenoun

Affectionate, benevolent concern or care for other people or beings, and for their well-being.

Admireverb

(transitive) To look upon with an elevated feeling of pleasure, as something which calls out approbation, esteem, love or reverence.

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Lovenoun

A feeling of intense attraction towards someone.

I have never been in love as much as I have with you.

Admireverb

(transitive) To estimate or prize highly.

to admire a person of high moral worthto admire a landscape

Lovenoun

A deep or abiding liking for something; an enthusiasm for something.

My love of cricket knows no bounds.

Admireverb

To be enthusiastic about (doing something); to want or like (to do something).

Lovenoun

(countable) A person who is the object of romantic feelings; a darling, a sweetheart, a beloved.

Admireverb

feel admiration for

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Lovenoun

A term of friendly address, regardless of feelings.

Hello love, how can I help you?

Admireverb

look at with admiration

Lovenoun

A thing, activity, etc which is the object of one's deep liking or enthusiasm.

Lovenoun

(euphemistic) Sexual desire; attachment based on sexual attraction.

Lovenoun

(euphemistic) Sexual activity.

Lovenoun

An instance or episode of being in love; a love affair.

Lovenoun

Used as the closing, before the signature, of a letter, especially between good friends or family members, or by the young.

Lovenoun

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Lovenoun

(obsolete) A thin silk material.

Lovenoun

A climbing plant, Clematis vitalba''.

Lovenoun

(racquet sports) Zero, no score.

So that’s fifteen-love to Kournikova.

Loveverb

To have a strong affection for (someone or something).

I love my spouse.I love you!

Loveverb

(transitive) To need, thrive on.

Mold loves moist, dark places.

Loveverb

To be strongly inclined towards something; an emphatic form of like.

I love walking barefoot on wet grass;I'd love to join the team;I love what you've done with your hair

Loveverb

To care deeply about, to be dedicated to (someone or something).

Loveverb

(transitive) To derive delight from a fact or situation.

I love the fact that the coffee shop now offers fat-free chai latte.

Loveverb

(transitive) To lust for.

Loveverb

To have sex with, (perhaps from make love.)

I wish I could love her all night long.

Loveverb

To praise; commend.

Loveverb

To praise as of value; prize; set a price on.

Lovenoun

a strong positive emotion of regard and affection;

his love for his workchildren need a lot of love

Lovenoun

any object of warm affection or devotion;

the theater was her first lovehe has a passion for cock fighting

Lovenoun

a beloved person; used as terms of endearment

Lovenoun

a deep feeling of sexual desire and attraction;

their love left them indifferent to their surroundingsshe was his first love

Lovenoun

a score of zero in tennis or squash;

it was 40 love

Lovenoun

sexual activities (often including sexual intercourse) between two people;

his lovemaking disgusted herhe hadn't had any love in monthshe has a very complicated love life

Loveverb

have a great affection or liking for;

I love French foodShe loves her boss and works hard for him

Loveverb

get pleasure from;

I love cooking

Loveverb

be enamored or in love with;

She loves her husband deeply

Loveverb

have sexual intercourse with;

This student sleeps with everyone in her dormAdam knew EveWere you ever intimate with this man?