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Translation of "lust" - English-Spanish dictionary

lust

noun /last/
(a) very strong desire
anhelo, codicia, lujuria
a lust for power.
lustful adjective
lujurioso, lascivo
lustfully adverb
lascivamente
lusty adjective strong and loud
fuerte
The baby gave a lusty yell.
strong and healthy
vigoroso, fuerte
a lusty young man.
lustily adverb
vigorosamente
lustiness noun
vigor
Translations of “lust”
in Arabic شَبق, شَهوة…
in Korean 성욕…
in Malaysian keghairahan…
in French désir ardent (de)…
in Turkish aşırı cinsel istek, şehvet düşkünlüğü, şehvet…
in Italian libidine…
in Chinese (Traditional) 性, 鎖色,色慾,強烈的性慾…
in Russian вожделение, жажда…
in Polish pożądanie, żądza…
in Vietnamese sự thèm khát…
in Portuguese luxúria, lascívia…
in Thai ราคะ…
in German die Begierde…
in Catalan luxúria…
in Japanese 肉欲…
in Indonesian nafsu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 性, 贪色,色欲,强烈的性欲…
(Definition of lust from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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