J'adore is literally translated as "I adore".

J'aime is "I love".

In order to say "I adore you", one would say "Je t'adore", which is <Je> meaning "I"; <tu> meaning "you"; and <adore> meaning "adore". You drop the "u" in "tu" because adore begins with a vowel.
J'adore la femme.
I adore women.
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A wonderful female fragrance by Christian Dior that will definitely make a girl a real guy magnet. Guys will definitely be attracted to the girls who wear this sweet and sensual aroma on their bodies.
Darn dude, that pretty girl who walked by, she has got to be wearing J'adore. Lets go hit on her. I love that smell on girls.
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French for "I adore you" not "I love you". "I love you" is "j'taime"

In Franch J'adore (I adore you) is stronger than J'taime (I love you).
"J'adore une femmes"
I adore women
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French for "I adore you" not "I love you". "I love you" is "j'aime"

In French J'adore (I adore you) is stronger than J'aime (I love/like you).
"J'adore les femmes"
I adore women
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French for I love. Used when describing your love for something.
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The descriptive (adjective) version of the French word j'adore, meaning "I adore you."
Frank: Those shoes are just j'adorable!
Tom: If you ever say that again, I will kill your boyfriend.
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J'adore le bapage, said butt licka as he got pounded indabutt.
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