- to repair a broken relationship
The couple wanted to separate but they managed to patch up their relationship and are now very happy together.
- two people who appear to get along perfectly
Our neighors seem to be the perfect couple.
Pop the question
- to ask someone to marry you
The man thought about things carefully before he actually decided to pop the question.
- infatuation (strong feelings of love) between school-age children or teenagers
The two teenagers thought that their love was the greatest in the world. Other people thought that it was only puppy love.
Say I do
- to get married (during a wedding ceremony it is common to say "I do" when you agree to marry your partner)
The man was very happy to say "I do" at the wedding ceremony.
- to be dating someone on a regular basis
The woman was not seeing anyone when she met a man who she liked at the party.
Set a date
- to decide on a date for a wedding
After thinking about marriage for a long time the couple decided to set a date.
- to establish a regular routine after getting married
After dating many women the young man finally decided to settle down.
- to end a relationship
The girl and her boyfriend decided to split up after being together for seven years.
steal (someone's) heart
- to cause someone to fall in love with you
The woman stole the heart of the man who was working beside her at her office.
take one's vows
- to get married and take your wedding vows or promises
The couple took their vows at the courthouse in the small town.
Those three little words
- the words "I love you"
After several months of dating the young man finally said those three little words to his girlfriend.
Tie the knot
- to get married
After dating for several years the young couple decided to tie the knot.
- a genuine feeling of romantic love
It seemed like true love until the couple began to fight all of the time.
- love that is not returned, one-way love
The woman was in love with the president of her company but it was unrequited love. He did not love her.
Walk down the aisle together
- to get married (in this case in a church and where the bride walks down the aisle to the altar)
The couple have decided to walk down the aisle together and begin their new life.
Walk out on (someone)
- to abandon your partner and end a relationship
The man walked out on his wife and nobody knew the reason why.
whisper sweet nothings in (someone's) ear
- to say romantic or intimate things to someone
The actor was whispering sweet nothings in the ear of the actress in the romantic movie.
Accept an offer
- to agree to an offer or proposal
I accepted the offer to buy my car.
Across the board
- including everyone or everything
The computer company decided to give the workers an across-the-board increase in their salary.
Adjourn a meeting
- to end a meeting
We adjourned the meeting until the next day.
At a loss
- at less than the cost, at a financial loss
The store was selling things at a loss so the prices were very low.
bail a company out or bail out a company
- to rescue a company that has financial problems
The government bailed out the bank to maintain stability in the economy.
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