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Spanish translation of “covet”

covet

verb /ˈkavit/ (past tense, past participle coveted)
to desire or wish for eagerly (especially something belonging to someone else)
codiciar
I coveted her fur coat.
covetous adjective
codicioso
He has always been excessively covetous of money.
covetously adverb
codiciosamente, con codicia
He eyed his brother’s presents covetously.
covetousness noun
codicia
Her covertousness was insatiable.
(Definition of covet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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