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Translation of "hunger" - English-Spanish dictionary

hunger

noun [no plural]   /ˈhʌŋ·ɡər/
B1 the feeling that you want to eat hambre
the state of not having enough food hambre Many of the refugees died of hunger.
(Definition of hunger from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hunger

noun /ˈhaŋɡə/
the desire for food hambre A cheese roll won’t satisfy my hunger.
the state of not having enough food hambre Poor people in many parts of the world are dying of hunger.
any strong desire hambre; deseo; ganas a hunger for love.
hungry adjective ( comparative hungrier, superlative hungriest)
wanting or needing food etc hambriento a hungry baby I’m hungry – I haven’t eaten all day He’s hungry for adventure.
hungrily adverb
con hambre, vorazmente She hungrily ate her dinner.
hungriness noun
hambre
hunger strike noun
a refusal to eat, as a form of protest or to force (someone) to agree to certain demands etc huelga de hambre The prisoners went on hunger strike as a protest against prison discipline.
(Definition of hunger from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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