In Armin Van Buuren's A State of Trance 699, the host (Armin) said:

It is always nice to see that this radio show is connecting people also in a romantic way, because Vladimir Toula from Russia made a love of his wife on the bus, on the way to A State of Trance 650 in U Track (I am not sure if I heard it correctly) last year...

What is the meaning of text in bold? Is it grammatically OK?


You probably misheard it. Most likely, the phrase was

... Vladimir Toula from Russia met the love of his life on the bus...

The love of one's life means what a person loves most in life, usually referring to another person. In context, this most likely means that Vladimir met the person who is now his spouse or fiancee on that bus.

While I can't see a grammatical problem with "made a love of his wife", I can't imagine what it could possibly mean. I've never heard those words used in that way before.

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    Sounds cool. I should really have thought of that. – codezombie Jan 31 '15 at 16:42
  • Clever answer , It could be an acceptable answer for me :D – McMillan Cheng Nov 9 '17 at 1:44

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