romantic

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This word must begin with a capital letter in the senses shown in 3) and 5).
romantic
adjective
1. (sentimental) 
Luis treated his girlfriend to a romantic dinner on Valentine's Day.Luis invitó a su novia a una cena romántica el día de San Valentín.
2. (not realistic) 
I think he has some romantic notions about what it's actually like to be a touring musician.Creo que tiene una idea un tanto idealizada de lo que realmente es ser un músico en gira.
The routine jobs shattered the young soldier's romantic dreams of heroic action.Las tareas rutinarias hacían añicos los románticos sueños con acciones heroicas del joven soldado .
3. (art, music and literature) 
Beethoven bridged the Romantic and Classical periods.Beethoven sirvió de puente entre los períodos romántico y el clásico.
noun
4. (person) 
At heart, she's always been a romantic.En el fondo, siempre ha sido una romántica.
5. (art, music and literature) 
The Romantics often manifested the emotions of their characters through descriptions of nature.Muchas veces los románticos manifestaban las emociones de sus personajes a través de descripciones de la naturaleza.
romantic
romantic [rəʊˈmæntɪk]
adjective
romántico
noun
románticoaromántica (m) (f);a romántica
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