Идиомы на тему Relationships

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  • ask for someone's hand in marriage
    просить чей-либо руки, делать предложение
    Harold was not yet sure whether to ask for Marion's hand in marriage or not.
  • attracted to (someone)
    почувствовать влечение к кому-либо
    As soon as Robert saw Linda, he got immediately attracted to her.
  • blind date
    чьё-либо первое свидание, устроенное друзьями
    A blind date can be a huge success, or a big disappointment.
  • bosom friend
    закадычный друг
    We were bosom friends with Jamil in 1990.
    Мы с Джамилем были закадычными друзьями в 1990 году.
  • break up (with someone)
    порвать с кем-либо, прекратить отношения
    Gilda decided to break up with her family and started to live on her own.
  • crazy about (someone)
    быть без ума от кого-либо/ чего-либо
    Cora's boyfriend said he was crazy about her.
  • date someone
    встречаться с кем-либо, ходить на свидания
    Jenny discovered that her boy friend was dating some other females, and she was shocked.
  • dig someone
    нравиться кому-либо
    I don't dig Mark; he is boastful and silly.
  • double date
    одновременное свидание двух пар
    Bob and Mary went with Susan and William on a double date.
  • drive somebody nuts
    выводить из себя
    He drives me nuts.
    Он меня бесит.
  • dump someone
    перестать встречаться с кем-либо, бросить кого-либо
    Frank stopped seeing Judy, and she understood that he had dumped her.
  • fall for (someone)
    почувствовать влечение к кому-либо, влюбиться
    Jeremy is very handsome; women fall for him like a row of ninepins.
  • fall in love (with someone)
    влюбиться в кого-либо
    He had never seen the young lady, only her portrait, but he fell in love with that and marry her he would.
  • find Mr. Right
    подходящая партия, будущий муж
    "There is still hope that you will find your Mr. Right," Alice said to her daughter.
  • first love
    первая любовь
    Steve was her first love; she fell in love with him at first sight.
  • get along with someone
    ладить с кем-либо, быть в хороших отношениях
    Pat is not easy to get along with.
  • get back together
    возобновить отношения после разлада
    Diane hoped that some day Mark and she would get back together.
  • get engaged
    быть помолвленным
    I heard rumors that Ben had got engaged; his fiancee was a widow with a handsome income.
  • get hitched
    пожениться, выйти замуж
    John and Mary surprised us all; they got hitched yesterday.
  • get serious
    становиться серьёзными и длительными (о взаимоотношениях)
    Peter and Samantha had been dating for a few months before they began to get serious.
  • give someone (or something) a second chance
    дать кому-либо \ чему-либо ещё один шанс
    Sam walked down on his wife, but when he decided to come back, his wife didn't want to give him a second chance.
  • go out with someone
    встречаться с кем-либо, ходить на свидания
    Wanda had been going out with Billy for a year before they got married.
  • go steady
    постоянно встречаться с одним и тем же человеком
    Kelly has been going steady with her boyfriend for about six months, and she hopes they will eventually get married.
  • good together
    хорошо ладить друг с другом, никогда не ссориться
    Max and Gina are very good together; I for one have never seen them quarrel.
  • have a crush (on someone)
    сильно увлечься кем-либо
    Brian had a crush on Maria.
  • have a thing for (someone)
    увлечься кем-либо
    I don't believe Clare to have a thing for Jeremy; he is so spoony.
  • hit it off (with someone)
    ладить с кем-либо
    I am happy that we hit it off with my mother-in-law.
  • hung up on someone
    быть одержимым, виснуть на ком-либо
    Martha has been hung up on her fellow student Monty, but he doesn't pay any attention to her.
  • interested in (someone)
    проявлять интерес к кому-либо
    Adam is interested in Margaret, but she is interested in Paul.
  • kiss and makeup
    мириться, (досл. поцеловаться и помириться)
    Mary and her husband often argue, but then they kiss and make up.
  • leave someone for someone else
    бросить кого-либо ради кого-либо ещё
    Coleman left Carmen for Pauline but soon regretted having done it.
  • love at first sight
    любовь с первого взгляда
    Theirs was love at first sight, but unfortunately it didn't last long.
  • made for each other
    созданы друг для друга
    Della and Jim were made for each other and appeared to be very happy.
  • make up
    мириться (после ссоры)
    My friend and I often quarrel, but we usually make up pretty soon.
  • match made in heaven
    человек, подходящий под пару; брак, заключённый на небесах
    It seemed theirs was a match made in heaven, but unfortunately they didn't stay together forever.