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 English Idioms and Idiomatic Expressions 

Idioms: Love and Romance-2
from: 'made for each other'   to:  'two-time someone'


  • made for each other
    • Two people in a romantic relationship who are made for each other suit each other perfectly.
      "They look so happy together - they're made for each other!"

  • (a) match made in heaven
    • The term 'a match made in heaven' refers to two people who are perfectly suited to each other.
      "We expected Mark and Caroline to live happily together forever. They seemed to be a match made in heaven!"

  • play gooseberry
    • If you play gooseberry, you join or accompany two people who have a romantic relationship and want to be alone.
      "They invited me to join them but I didn't want to play gooseberry."

  • play hard to get
    • When someone plays hard to get, they deliberately pretend to be uninterested in another person in order to appear more attractive, interesting or seductive.
      "Kelly decided to play hard to get in the hope that her uninterested attitude would attract Alex."

  • puppy love
    • Puppy love is immature love that a child or adolescent feels for someone, that will usually disappear as they grow older.
      "Our son is in love with a girl in his class, but at his age it's just puppy love!"

  • significant other
    • The term 'significant other' refers to a person, such as a spouse, partner or lover, with whom you have a long-term relationship.
      "Harry says he makes no decisions without consulting his significant other."

  • starter marriage
    • A starter marriage is a short-lived first marriage that ends in divorce with no kids, no property and no regrets.

  • stormy relationship
    • If you have a stormy relationship with someone, you have a lot of arguments and disagreements.
      "After a very stormy relationship, they decided to separate."

  • two-time somebody
    • If one person two-times another, they cheat on their partner by having a romantic relationship with another person at the same time.
      "Sally left Harry when she discovered he was two-timing her."

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