1) (a person who enjoys or admires or has a special affection for something: an art-lover; He is a lover of sport; an animal-lover.) aficionado, amante
2) (a person who is having a love affair with another.) amante, enamorado
lover n amante
1 amante nombre masulino o femenino
for music lovers para los amantes de la (buena) música
lover ['lʌvər] n
: amante mf (de personas); aficionado m, -da f (a alguna actividad)
aficionado s.m.
amador, -ora s.m.,f.
amante s.m.,f.
amigo s.m.
enamorado s.m.
galán s.m.
querido s.m.
'lʌvər, 'lʌvə(r)
1) (partner in love) amante mf
2) (fan)

lover OF something — amante mf de algo

music-lovers — los aficionados a or los amantes de la música

1. N
1) (sexually) amante mf ; (romantically) enamorado(-a) m / f

the lovers — los amantes

we were lovers for two years — durante dos años fuimos amantes

he became her lover — se hizo su amante

so she took a lover — así que se echó un amante

2) (=fan) aficionado(-a) m / f

music lover, lover of music — aficionado(-a) m / f a la música, amante mf de la música

cinema lovers — los aficionados al cine, los amantes del cine

he is a great lover of the violin — es un gran aficionado al or amante del violín


lover boy Nhum, iro macho m

* * *
['lʌvər, 'lʌvə(r)]
1) (partner in love) amante mf
2) (fan)

lover OF something — amante mf de algo

music-lovers — los aficionados a or los amantes de la música

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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  • Lover — Lov er (l[u^]v [ e]r), n. 1. One who loves; one who is in love; usually limited, in the singular, to a person of the male sex. Gower. [1913 Webster] Love is blind, and lovers can not see The pretty follies that themselves commit. Shak. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lover — early 13c., agent noun from LOVE (Cf. love) (v.). O.E. had lufend for male lovers, lufestre for women. Meaning one who has a predilection for (a thing, concept, pursuit, etc.) is mid 14c. As a form of address to a lover, from 1911. Related:… …   Etymology dictionary

  • lover — ► NOUN 1) a person having a sexual or romantic relationship with another. 2) a person who enjoys a specified thing: a music lover …   English terms dictionary

  • lover — [luv′ər] n. 1. a person who greatly enjoys something or has great affection for something [a lover of fine wine] 2. a person who loves sexually or romantically; specif., a) either partner in a sexual relationship of any kind b) either partner in… …   English World dictionary

  • Lover — Lo ver (l[=oo] v[ e]r), Lovery Lo ver*y (l[=oo] v[ e]r*[y^]), n. See {Louver}. [Obs.] Bp. Hall. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Lover — Lover, Richard, so v.w. Lower …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • lover — [n] person having sexual relationship admirer, beau, beloved, boyfriend, companion, courter, darling, dear, dearest, escort, fiancé, fiancée, flame, girlfriend, idolizer, inamorata, inamorato, infatuate, Juliet*, paramour, petitioner, Romeo*,… …   New thesaurus

  • lover */*/ — UK [ˈlʌvə(r)] / US [ˈlʌvər] noun [countable] Word forms lover : singular lover plural lovers 1) someone who is in a loving or sexual relationship with another person She gazed into the eyes of her lover. young lovers: Romeo and Juliet,… …   English dictionary

  • lover — n. 1) to take a lover 2) to jilt a lover 3) an impetuous; lousy (colloq.) lover * * * [ lʌvə] lousy (colloq.) lover an impetuous to jilt a lover to take a lover …   Combinatory dictionary

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