"romance" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

romance
[ˈrəʊmæns, rəˈmæns]
sustantivo
1. novela (f) rosa (book); película (f) romántica or de amor (film)
2. romance (m) aventura (f) (amorosa) (love affair)
3. encanto (m) (charm)

romance [rou-mans]
adjetivo
1. Romance; se aplica a cada una de las lenguas modernas derivadas del latín popular, entre las cuales se distinguen el español, el italiano y el francés.
sustantivo
1. Romance; ficción, cuento, fábula (tale); romanza (Mús.).
  • The romance of history -> lo atractivo de la historia
  • The romance of the sea -> el encanto del mar
verbo neutro (intransitivo)
1. Mentir; fingir fábula (n)
sustantivo

romance [rəʊˈmæns]
noun
1 (love affair) romance (m); idilio (m); amores (m)
their romance lasted exactly six months su romance or idilio duró exactamente seis meses; sus amores duraron exactamente seis meses; a young girl waiting for romance una joven que espera su primer amor; I've finished with romance para mí no más amores
2 (romantic character) lo romántico; lo poético; (picturesqueness) lo pintoresco
the romance of travel lo romántico del viajar; the romance of history lo atractivo or lo poético de la historia; the romance of the sea el encanto del mar
3 (tale) novela (f) (sentimental); cuento (m) (de amor); (medieval) libro (m) de caballerías; poema (m) caballeresco; (Mús) romanza (f);
4 (Ling)
Romance romance (m)
adjective
[+language] romance
verb:intransitive
soñar; fantasear

Verb Conjugations for "romance" (go to el romance)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I romance I romanced I will romance
you romance you romanced you will romance
he/she romances he/she romanced he/she will romance
we romance we romanced we will romance
you romance you romanced you will romance
they romance they romanced they will romance
Complete romance conjugation >

romance
adjective
1. Romance
masculine noun
2. Romance language (linguistics)
3. romance (literature)
4. romance (idilio)

romance [ro-mahn’-thay]
noun
1. The common or vernacular Spanish language (castellano), as derived from the Roman or Latín. (m)
2. Romance (amorío), a species of poetry, a tale of wild adventures in war or love, a ballad. (m)
  • Hablar en romance -> to speak out, to speak plainly
noun, plural
3. Wiles, stratagems, deceitful tricks. (Colloquial)

romance
adjetivo
[+idioma] Romance
1 (Lingüística) Romance language; (castellano) Spanish; Spanish language
hablar en romance (con claridad) to speak plainly
2 (Literat) ballad
3 (amorío) romance; love affair; (amante) lover

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