10 expressions of LOVE

The recent divorce of Brangelina made me think of two things. On one hand, I was surprised and in a way sad to hear that another iconic „perfect couple” split up. On the other hand, I am sure that this piece of news jollied up the hearts of many Brad fans.

Anyway, one thing is for sure, love is an essential part of our life so in this Lexio post I collected some useful phrases in English that have to do with love.

Lovey-dovey: excessive public display of affection (PDA)

Those “three little words

To have chemistry with somebody: to have the vibes with somebody

To get on like a house on fire: to have an extremely good relationship

So things are going well… Now it is time:

To take the plunge: to take a chance and ask someone to marry you

To tie the knot: to get married

Now let us see some different expressions:

To go Dutch: to go on a date where each person pays half of the expenses

Love rat: somebody who has an affair while in a relationship


To turn sour: When a relationship turns sour, it becomes bad.

To stand somebody up: to not show up for a date

I wish you all the best with the search for your other half:


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