n. 浪漫史; 爱情小说; 恋爱; 传奇色彩
vt.& vi. 虚构; 渲染; 谈情说爱; 追求某人
A romance is a relationship between two people who are in love with each other but who are not married to each other.
After a whirlwind romance the couple announced their engagement in July.
...a holiday romance.
Romance refers to the actions and feelings of people who are in love, especially behaviour which is very caring or affectionate.
He still finds time for romance by cooking candlelit dinners for his girlfriend...
He takes a rather sceptical view of love and romance.
You can refer to the pleasure and excitement of doing something new or exciting as romance .
We want to recreate the romance and excitement that used to be part of rail journeys.
A romance is a novel or film about a love affair.
Her taste in fiction was for chunky historical romances.
Romance is used to refer to novels about love affairs.
Since taking up writing romance in 1967 she has brought out over fifty books.
A medieval romance is a story about adventures such as battles and long journeys.
When a man romances a woman, he has a love affair with her.
He has romanced some of the world's most eligible women.
Romance languages are languages such as French, Spanish, and Italian, which come from Latin.
1. a relationship between two lovers
2. an exciting and mysterious quality (as of a heroic time or adventure)
3. a story dealing with love
4. a novel dealing with idealized events remote from everyday life
1. make amorous advances towards;
2. have a love affair with
3. talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions;
4. tell romantic or exaggerated lies;
novel, romance, fiction, story, fable, tale
There is an air of romance about the old inn.
French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are Romance languages.
法语 、 意大利语 、 西班牙语和葡萄牙语是拉丁系语言.
Jane's and Paul's life together is full of romance.
They tried to rekindle the flames of romance.
She wrote a romance about an artist's life in Tokyo.