Dating and Relationship English (Intermediate to Advanced – Top 200+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 5

Intermediate Deck 5

Total: 20 words

connection

noun

mutual feeling or bond between two people

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type

noun

the kind of person one likes or finds attractive

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destiny

noun

the inevitable fate of a particular person

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vow

noun

a formal and serious promise, especially a religious one, to do something

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move on

idiom

to put someone or something behind and progress mentally or emotionally

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get along

phrasal verb

to like, be friendly, or be compatible with someone

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be compatible with someone

verb phrase

to get along with someone well because you two have similar interests, beliefs, ideas, etc.

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knocked up

adjective

pregnant

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sleep with someone

verb

to have sex with someone

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queer

adjective

deviating from the norm, odd, or unconventional; formerly used as a derogatory term for gays and lesbians but it has since become a term of self-identification for anyone who does not conform to traditional gender identities

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fall for someone

phrasal verb

to be infatuated with, strongly attracted to, or in love with someone

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break it off

idiom

to end a romantic relationship

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one-sided

adjective

involving one person only; when used to describe love or attraction, it means only one person feels it towards the other person who is otherwise indifferent

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possessive

adjective

a state of being selfish over someone, sometimes driven by jealousy or insecurity

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transgender

adjective

relating to or being a person whose gender identity does not conform to that typically associated with the sex which they were assigned at birth

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hit on someone

phrasal verb

to flirt or start a conversation with someone because you are attracted to them

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walk down the aisle

idiom

to get married

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polyamorous

adjective

characterized by or involved in the practice of having multiple relationships at the same time but with the awareness and consent of all parties involved

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settle down

phrasal verb

to start to live a stable and quiet life in one place after getting married

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make it work

idiom

to put effort to ensure that something succeeds or runs smoothly, or to fix something

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