Dating and Relationship English (Intermediate to Advanced – Top 200+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 4

Intermediate Deck 4

Total: 20 words

player

noun

a person who takes pride in the number of sexual partners they have, not in the depth of any relationship; a selfish pleasure-seeker

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make a move

verb phrase

to attempt to attract or seduce someone

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french kiss

noun

kissing with open mouths and touching tongues

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battle of the sexes

idiom

the ongoing struggles and conflicts that exist between men and women

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hung up on someone

idiom

being obsessed with or devoted to someone or something

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intimate

adjective

having a close or special relationship with someone who you like or love; a state of being close and comfortable with someone

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catch someone's eye

idiom

to attract someone's attention

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too direct

adjective

too straightforward and candid

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be exclusive

verb phrase

to only date each other; to be monogamous

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spark

noun

a feeling that causes excitement

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love at first sight

expression

an instantaneous attraction for someone or something, especially falling in love the first time you meet or see someone

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deal-breaker

noun

the ultimate reason for not wanting to continue dating someone

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unrequited love

noun

one-sided love; romantic feelings that aren't reciprocated by the beloved

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womanizer

noun

a man who has or often pursues casual sexual affairs with multiple women

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blow someone off

phrasal verb

to deliberately not meet someone you agreed to meet with

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man up

phrasal verb

to deal with a situation, usually a difficult one, in a braver and stronger way

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confront

verb

to face, meet, or deal with someone or something unpleasant or difficult; to tell or show someone what they don't want to hear or see in order to make them admit something wrong that they have done or to solve an issue or problem

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jealous

adjective

feeling angry, upset, or unhappy because the person or thing you desire is interested in or belongs to someone else; having to do with or arising from feelings of apprehension, bitterness, or envy

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treat

verb

to provide with something nice, pleasant, or amusing; to buy or pay for something for another person

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hot

adjective

feeling or causing sexual excitement

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