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English idioms used to Describe People - Interest

Dive into English idioms regarding interests, like "heart and soul" and "like a moth to a flame".

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English idioms used to Describe People
to take a shine to sb/sth
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to start having feelings of attachment or fascination toward someone or something
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to one's liking
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making one feel extremely satisfied or fulfilled
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to make a fuss over sb/sth
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to give someone or something an excessive amount of care or affection
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to make a beeline for sb/sth
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to go directly and quickly towards someone or something, typically with a clear and focused intention, often without any delays or distractions along the way
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to love sb/sth to death
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to have a strong sense of care or affection for someone or something
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to live and breathe sth
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to focus all of one's time on a particular activity one is extremely passionate about
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to knock one's socks off
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to make someone become impressed
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to float one's boat
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to find something interesting, exciting, or appealing
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to beat a path to one's door
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to have an intense desire to get something from someone or buy something from them
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to be wild about sb/sth
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to have a strong sense of love or desire for someone or something
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to be meat and drink to sb
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(of an activity) to make one feel great joy
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the apple of one's eye
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a person that one loves and adores the most
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after one's own heart
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used to describe someone who shares the same qualities, preferences, or values as the person being referred to, often expressing approval or admiration for their similar mindset or behavior
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to eat , sleep and breathe sth
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to be completely dedicated or obsessed with a particular activity, interest, or topic, to the point where it dominates a person's thoughts, actions, and daily life
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to get a taste for sth
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to develop a liking or preference for something after experiencing or trying it, often suggesting an increased desire or enjoyment for that particular thing
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like a moth to a flame
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used to refer to a person who is irresistibly attracted to someone or something
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to carry a torch for sb/sth
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to feel really passionate about or interested in a particular person or thing
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vested interest
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one's personal benefit or financial gain in a situation one is involved in
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heart and soul
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with one's whole being
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to have a field day
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to get a lot of pleasure and enjoyment out of something
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