How to say 

"Fall in love" in Russian

Russian word of the day | Dec 22, 2017 (see all)
влюби́ться
[ vlyu-bée-tsa ]
Verb , perfective
Often used with the Accusative case
Imperfective - влюбля́ться (see below)
to fall in love

The imperfective aspect

влюбля́ться [vlyu-blyá-tsa] Verb
to fall in love
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Examples of "Fall in love" in Russian

  • Ты что, влюби́лась?

    ty chto, vlyu-bée-las'

    Have you fallen in love?

  • Он влюби́лся в неё с пе́рвого взгля́да.

    on vlyu-béel-sya v nee-yó s pyér-va-va vzglyá-da

    He fell in love with her at first sight.

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Same stem words

трудолюби́вый [tru-da-lyu-bée-vyî] Adjective
industrious, diligent, hard-working, assiduous
люби́тель [lyu-bée-tyel'] Noun
amateur, dilettante; lover, fan
полюби́ть [pa-lyu-béet'] Verb
to fall in love, to grow fond of, to come to like
люби́ть [lyu-béet'] Verb
to love
любо́вь [lyu-bóf'] Noun
love

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