We have to learn a lot of advanced expressions in order to communicate effectively in English, So we should work on Idioms as well. In this lesson, you will learn some Important Idioms About Love. Learn use and improve.

Useful Idioms For Love

There are eight expressions in this lesson explained using relevant pictures and examples.

1. Love at first sight

Meaning: on first seeing or meeting someone.


The young couple fell in love at first sight.

She didn’t believe in grand passion or love at first sight.

Do you believe in love at first sight?

2. Match Made In Heaven

Meaning: two people perfectly suited to each other.

Examples: Her friends all thought that theirs was a match made in heaven, the union of two gilded human beings.

Looks like Michael and Shir are about to get hitched soon, they are really a ‘Match Made In Heaven.

My neighbors always say to my mother that she and my father are Match Made In Heaven.

3. To Have A Crush On Somone

Meaning: It takes a minute to have a crush on someone, an hour to like someone, and a day to love someone – but it takes a lifetime to forget someone.

 I’ve had a crush on Tommy for years.

Many of the people are not able to talk to the people who had a rush on them.

4. To Love with all your heart and soul

Meaning: To love someone deeply


She could do everything for him as she always loved him with all her heart and soul.

It’s difficult to leave someone’s company especially when you love someone with all your heart and soul.

5. To wear your heart on your sleeves

Meaning: to make your feelings and emotions obvious rather than hiding them.


Laila and Majnu are well-known in history as they always wore their heart and their sleeves.

6. To fall head over heels in love

Meaning: to start loving someone a lot


My friend fell head over heels in love with Sarah.

Don’t fall head over heels in love as there is a possibility to be infatuated in the end.

7. To tie the know

Meaning: to get married


I am not going to tie the know this year.

When did you tie the knot with Maria?

7. To be the apple of one’s eye

Meaning:  a person or thing that someone loves very much


She has always been the apple of the eye of her parents.

You are the apple of my eye.

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