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thirst

noun /θəːst/
a feeling of dryness (in the mouth) caused by a lack of water or moisture
sed
I have a terrible thirst.
a strong and eager desire for something
sed
thirst for knowledge.
thirsty adjective ( comparative thirstier, superlative thirstiest) suffering from thirst
sediento
I’m so thirsty – I must have a drink.
causing a thirst
que da/provoca sed
Digging the garden is thirsty work.
thirstily adverb
con avidez
He thirstily drank his lemonade.
thirstiness noun
sed
Translations of “thirst”
in Arabic عَطَش…
in Korean 갈증…
in Malaysian dahaga, dahagakan…
in French soif…
in Turkish susuzluk, susama, susamışlık…
in Italian sete…
in Chinese (Traditional) 需要飲水, 渴,口渴…
in Russian жажда…
in Polish pragnienie…
in Vietnamese sự khát, niềm khao khát…
in Portuguese sede…
in Thai ความกระหายน้ำ, ความปรารถนา…
in German der Durst…
in Catalan set…
in Japanese のどの渇き…
in Indonesian rasa haus, dahaga…
in Chinese (Simplified) 需要饮水, 渴,口渴…
(Definition of thirst from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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