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to pledge undying love; oath of eternal love, to swear by all the Gods海誓山盟 [hai3 shi4 shan1 meng2]
to pledge undying love; oath of eternal love, to swear by all the Gods盟山誓海 [meng2 shan1 shi4 hai3]
(colloquial) to make love嘿咻 [hei1 xiu1]
(it) hurts, love fondly, ache, pain, sore疼 [teng2]
(romantic) love, in love, to have an affair恋爱 [lian4 ai4]
(romantic) love, in love, to have an affair戀愛 [lian4 ai4]
(saying) as eternal and unchanging as the universe天長地久 [tian1 chang2 di4 jiu3]
(saying) as eternal and unchanging as the universe天长地久 [tian1 chang2 di4 jiu3]
(set phrase) to pledge undying love, oath of eternal love山盟海誓 [shan1 meng2 hai3 shi4]
a love nest, a place of secret cohabitation (also derogatory)香巢 [xiang1 chao2]
a rival in love情敌 [qing2 di2]
a rival in love情敵 [qing2 di2]
affection, family love, love, esp. within a married couple or between parents and children亲情 [qin1 qing2]
affection, family love, love, esp. within a married couple or between parents and children親情 [qin1 qing2]
affection, friendly feelings towards sb, love,情愛 [qing2 ai4]
affection, friendly feelings towards sb, love,情爱 [qing2 ai4]
Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love, Venus阿芙罗狄忒 [A1 fu2 luo2 di2 te4]
Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love, Venus阿芙羅狄忒 [A1 fu2 luo2 di2 te4]
ardently love热爱 [re4 ai4]
ardently love熱愛 [re4 ai4]
be in love with, feel deeply attached to愛戀 [ai4 lian4]
be in love with, feel deeply attached to爱恋 [ai4 lian4]
Brahman (Hindu God), eternal origin婆罗门 [Po2 luo2 men2]
Brahman (Hindu God), eternal origin婆羅門 [Po2 luo2 men2]
conjugal love恩愛 [en1 ai4]
conjugal love恩爱 [en1 ai4]
contract of alliance, oath or treaty between allies盟約 [meng2 yue1]
contract of alliance, oath or treaty between allies盟约 [meng2 yue1]
contract, oath of allegiance約契 [yue1 qi4]
contract, oath of allegiance约契 [yue1 qi4]
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