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wild about (one)

1. Romantically infatuated or enamored with one. I know Jamie is wild about the new man she's been dating. We used to be wild for each other, but these days we feel more like roommates than a couple.
2. Very fond of one. A: "I don't think your dad likes me." B: "No, not at all, he's wild about you! He just has a hard time showing affection."
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wild about (something)

Very eager, excited, or enthusiastic about something. I'm just wild about your new outfit, Jen! Tom has always been wild about trains, so I know it means the world to him to finally become a conductor.
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wild about someone or something

very excited about someone or something. I'm just wild about comedies. John is wild about antique cars.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Wild About Books is the animated, DVD version of a rhyming picture book in which librarian Molly McGrew introduces birds and beasts to the joy of reading.