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Spanish translation of “greed”

greed

noun /ɡriːd/
a (too) great desire for food, money etc
avaricia; gula
Eating five cakes is just sheer greed.
greedy adjective (comparative greedier, superlative greediest)
avaricioso, codicioso; glotón
He’s such a greedy pig – he ate all the chocolate.
greedily adverb
con avaricia/codicia; glotonamente
greediness noun
avaricia, codicia; gula
(Definition of greed from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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