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desire

noun /diˈzaiə/
a wish or longing
deseo
I have a sudden desire for a bar of chocolate I have no desire ever to see him again.
desirable adjective pleasing or worth having
deseable, apetecible, envidiable
a desirable residence.
desirability noun the extent to which something is desirable
atracción
I’m not sure about the desirability of the situation.
Translations of “desire”
in Korean 갈망…
in Arabic رَغْبة…
in French désir…
in Italian desiderio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 渴望, 慾望,渴望,願望…
in Russian (сильное) желание, вожделение…
in Turkish emel, istek, arzu…
in Polish pragnienie, pożądanie…
in Portuguese desejo…
in German das Verlangen…
in Catalan desig…
in Japanese (強い)願望…
in Chinese (Simplified) 渴望, 欲望,渴望,愿望…
(Definition of desire from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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