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一目ぼれ Love at First Sight

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Hitomebore 一目ぼれ Love at First Sight

Here is a word you can use every day! Well, if you live in a Meg Ryan movie that is.


一目ぼれ

hitome bore
love at first sight

"one eye," 一目 hitome here means "a glance" or "a look" and ぼれ is from 惚れる horeru and means "fall in love."

Here is our example sentence:


彼は、彼女に一目ぼれして、すぐにプロポーズした。

kare wa, kanojo ni hitomebore shite, sugu ni puropo-zu shita.
Falling in love at first sight, he soon proposed to her.

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