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Translation of "passion" - English-Russian dictionary

passion

noun
 
 
/ˈpæʃən/
SEX [U] B2 a strong, sexual feeling for someone
страсть
She saw the passion in his eyes.Relating to sex and sexual desireRude and cheeky
BELIEF [C, U] a strong belief in something or a strong feeling about a subject
страстность, пыл
She spoke with passion about the injustice.Passionate or passing interests
a passion for sth when you like something very much
страстное увлечение
a passion for footballPassionate or passing interests
Translations of “passion”
in Arabic رَغبة عارِمة, شَغَف, شُعور جَيّاش…
in Korean 욕정, 열정…
in Malaysian keghairahan…
in French passion…
in Turkish ihtiras, şehvet, tutku…
in Italian passione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 激情,熱情, 強烈情感…
in Polish namiętność, pasja…
in Vietnamese sự say mê…
in Spanish pasión…
in Portuguese paixão…
in Thai ความหลงใหล…
in German die Leidenschaft…
in Catalan passió, apassionament…
in Japanese 激情, 欲情, 情熱…
in Indonesian nafsu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 激情,热情, 强烈情感…
(Definition of passion from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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