Dating and Relationship English (Intermediate to Advanced – Top 200+ Terms)/
Intermediate Deck 6

Intermediate Deck 6

Total: 20 words

put yourself out there

expression

to go out of your comfort zone and make a conscious effort to try new things and meet different people, often with the intention of starting a new relationship

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apple of my eye

expression

a favored or cherished person

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lovesick

adjective

unable to act or think normally as a result of being in love with someone, especially someone who doesn't love you back

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get hitched

verb phrase

to get married

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post breakup

adjective

occurs after the breakup or the end of a relationship

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put up with someone or something

phrasal verb

to tolerate or endure someone or something in order to keep the relationship alive or endure one's current circumstances

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kiss and make up

idiom

to reconcile with someone after a fight or disagreement

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through thick and thin

idiom

through good times and bad times

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take one for the team

idiom

to give up something you want or to do something that is unpleasant in order to please or benefit your friends

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go through a rough patch

idiom

to experience or be in the midst of a period of trouble, difficulty, or hardship

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lose touch

idiom

to stop having any contact with someone or something

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trophy wife

noun

an attractive woman who is married to a usually much older, affluent man

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shoot down

phrasal verb

to reject someone or something without proper consideration

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flirt

verb

to interact with someone in a way that shows you are romantically or sexually interested in them

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fall out

phrasal verb

to have an argument or disagreement that may lead to the end of the relationship

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can't stand the sight of someone or something

idiom

to be unable to tolerate seeing, being near, or encountering someone or something due to extreme disgust or dislike

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play the field

idiom

to date or have relationships with multiple people rather than being committed to a single person

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snack

noun

someone who looks extremely physically attractive and appealing

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gold digger

noun

someone who pursues another romantically because of their wealth; used to characterize women as predators of men

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bisexual

adjective

sexually attracted to both men and women

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