Dating and Relationship English (Intermediate to Advanced – Top 200+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 2

Intermediate Deck 2

Total: 20 words

affair

noun

a secret romantic or sexual relationship, especially when one or both of them are already in a relationship with somebody else

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toxic

adjective

having extremely harsh or harmful qualities; causing harm or unhappiness over a long period of time

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reject

verb

to refuse or turn down a romantic invitation or someone as a lover or spouse

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break up

phrasal verb

to end a romantic relationship or marriage; to come to an end

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love life

noun

a person's romantic and sexual activities and relationships

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chemistry

noun

the strong emotional relationship between two people, especially when they are romantically or sexually attracted to each other

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relationship status

noun

a label (usually on social media like Facebook) that tells people if you're single, dating, in a relationship, married, etc.

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split up

phrasal verb

to separate, no longer be together, or end a relationship

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cheat on

phrasal verb

to be unfaithful to one's romantic partner

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make out

phrasal verb

to kiss someone in a sexual or torrid way, usually with tongues touching; to kiss with passion and in a sustained fashion

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eligible

adjective

fit or proper to be chosen; worthy of choice; desirable

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significant other

noun

someone's boyfriend, girlfriend, partner, or spouse

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meant to be

idiom

something, such as a pairing or an event, that seems certain to happen, usually because it has been decided by forces that are believed to be supreme and omniscient

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check someone out

phrasal verb

to look at or to examine someone you find attractive

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pushy

adjective

​trying hard to get what you want, especially in a way that seems rude

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too forward

adjective

too eager, usually to the point of lacking restraint

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get over someone or something

phrasal verb

to move on from a relationship that didn't work out or from a former love

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tie the knot

idiom

to get married

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blind date

noun

when two people who have never met go on a date, usually arranged by a mutual friend

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dump someone

verb

to end a romantic relationship with someone

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