Urban Dictionary: te amo Te amo is Spanish for I love you, however, Spanish has two phrases that translate to the English I love you The two are not identical and cannot be used interchangeably The difference is that te amo is said only to close loved ones, and means a deep or profound love (amo - the verb amar means love)
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Is I Love You in Spanish Te Amo or Te Quiero? " Te quiero " and " te amo " are both very common ways of saying "I love you," and in a romantic situation neither is likely to be misunderstood Querer (the verb from which quiero is derived) can mean "to want," but in romantic contexts it will be understood more like "love "