12 Love Idioms :-)

IDIOMS - Love around the clock:
12 love idioms
As Saint Valentine’s Day draws
near, love idioms and phrases are
increasingly popular. While some
universal idioms are easily
translated, many idioms on love
can be difficult to comprehend.
Here are 12 popular love idioms
and phrases that are used
frequently but are quite

  1. Blind Date:
    Although dating a person who is
    visually impaired might be
    considered a blind date, the term
    is commonly used for a pre-
    arranged social appointment
    where a third-party sets a date for
    two mutual friends who have
    never met. Therefore, the date is
    designated as “blind.”
  2. To Fall For:
    In the case of “to fall for
    someone” or “to fall in love,” the
    word fall functions as an
    intransitive verb representing a
    particular state of being.
    Example: “When Francois gave
    Jeanette a handwritten poem, she
    knew he was falling for her.”
  3. To Find Mr. Right or Miss Right:
    This common phrase denoting
    the ideal romantic partner has
    been in use since 1922 when the
    Irish author James Joyce coined
    the expression.
    Example: “After she paid the
    excessive restaurant bill, Marie
    knew she had found Mr. Wrong
    not Mr. Right.”
  4. To Get Back Together:
    Getting back together is a
    common intransitive phrasal verb
    used when a couple, band or
    group decide to resume their
    Example: “Isabella wistfully looked
    through the love letters from her
    ex-lover and realized they should
    get back together.”
  5. To Get Engaged:
    To get engaged is a phrase
    related to marriage that implies
    the betrothed parties are reserved
    for one another.
    Example: “Since meeting her
    prince charming, Delilah couldn’t
    wait to get engaged.”
  6. To Get Hitched:
    To tie the knot or get hitched are
    both common informal terms for
    Example: “The bride and groom
    got hitched and were united in a
    bond even stronger than a trailer
    hitched to an overloaded station
  7. To Have a Crush:
    A crush is a common informal
    idiom for a romantic infatuation.
    This term has been used since the
    19th century and is still popular
    Example: “Paul had a crush on
    Sophie since first grade. He finally
    summoned up enough courage to
    invite her to the movies.”
  8. Head Over Heels:
    Falling head over heels in love
    with someone is an idiomatic way
    of expressing the overwhelming
    excitement of irrevocable
    Example: “Juliet knew she was
    falling head over heels for
  9. To Be Hung Up On Someone:
    This popular phrase has been in
    use since the late 1800s. It implies
    a lingering interest or something
    you can’t get out of your head.
    Example: “Antoinette had been
    hung up on that mysterious
    cowboy since they met one fateful
  10. To Patch Up a Relationship:
    Patching is a term often used for
    repairing tires or mending jeans.
    However, it can also be used to
    denote emotional reconciliation.
    Example: “Jack and Jill decided it
    was time to patch up their
  11. To Pop The Question:
    This informal idiom for proposing
    marriage has been in use since

Example: “Marcus stopped by the
jewelry store that evening and
was waiting for the right moment
to pop the question.”
12. Those Three Little Words:
There are plenty of three-word
phrases, but this romantic idiom
only refers to “I love you,” the
most meaningful phrase of all.
Example: “Martina waited with
anticipation hoping her
sweetheart would say those three
little words.”

Interesting to know these IDIOMS. but I guess this section is for asking question. I think there should be one section where people like you can share only useful, good vocabulary and idioms which are commonly used by native speakers.

Thank you

Hello :slight_smile:
yes, I know right.
However, it’s my nature to do something out of rules/principles.

OK! RULE BREAKER :slight_smile: beak rules and get grounded …

Get grounded ? No. People should come up with something new and unique.

I mean to say that you will get your self banned. If you annoy the moderator with your RULE BRAKING attitude!!