fall out of love
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fall out of love(
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An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to relinquish romantic love)
a. desenamorarse
It's possible for two people to fall out of love, especially if they neglect their relationship.Es posible que dos personas se desenamoren, sobre todo si descuidan su relación.
b. dejar de querer
Maybe Yasmine divorced her husband because she fell out of love with him.Quizás, Yasmine se divorció de su esposo porque dejó de quererlo.
2. (to stop liking)
a. perder interés
Just as quickly as she became obsessed with the boy band, Pauline fell out of love with them.Tan rápido como se obsesionó de la banda de chicos, Pauline perdió interés en ellos.
b. desencantarse
It sounds like the ideal job, but you'll quickly fall out of love with it if you're working such long hours.Suena como el trabajo ideal, pero pronto te desencantarás con él si trabajas largas horas.
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