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    Question What is "romantically available"?

    The context is just like this:Miranda,who is still single,have just bought a pair of new boots for a tango class later in the evening and is doing some poses with the new boots on .And then she says to her friend Stevie,"I now feel have the walk of a true woman.Do I look romantically available?"
    So what does "romantically available" mean here? Any help will be appreciated.

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    Re: What is "romantically available"?

    Quote Originally Posted by on the way View Post
    The context is just like this:Miranda,who is still single, has just bought a pair of new boots for a tango class later in the evening and is doing some poses with the new boots on. And then she says to her friend Stevie,"I now feel have the walk of a true woman.Do I look romantically available?"
    So what does "romantically available" mean here? Any help will be appreciated.
    Romantically available: ready to have a date/to be asked out
    Greetings,

    Charliedeut

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