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romeo

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishromeoro‧me‧o, Romeo /ˈrəʊmiəʊ $ ˈroʊmioʊ/ noun (plural romeos) [countable]  SEX/HAVE SEX WITHa man who tries to attract all the women he meets in a romantic or sexual way – often used humorouslyCasanova
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romeoBut when she resisted the charms of Hollywood's legendary romeo it hit an all-time low.The firm has already offered Coronation Street romeo Reg Holdsworth one for his honeymoon.
RomeoRo‧me‧o /ˈrəʊmiəʊ/ noun  1 the main male character in the play romeo and juliet by William shakespeare2 a humorous name for a man who tries to attract all the women he meets in a sexual way the office Romeo
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