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    #1

    did it for love

    1-He did it for love.

    Does this mean:
    a-He did it to gain love
    b-He did it because he loved (someone, something).
    c-He did it so that Love would profit from it.
    or...?

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    Navi.

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    Re: did it for love

    In my opinion, most likely b.

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