English version

be/fall hopelessly in love (with somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe/fall hopelessly in love (with somebody)be/fall hopelessly in love (with somebody)LOVEto have or develop very strong feelings of love for someone hopelessly
Examples from the Corpus
be/fall hopelessly in love (with somebody)James Pawsey, the Tory member for Rugby, also appeared to be hopelessly in love.And, unknown to her father, I fell hopelessly in love with her.She was falling hopelessly in love with the man.I was too afraid of falling hopelessly in love with this protégé of Yukio Mishima, whose marvellous homoerotic poems I translated.
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