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Translation of "desire" - English-Turkish dictionary

desire

noun     /dɪˈzaɪər/
WISH [C, U]
B2 a strong feeling that you want something emel, istek, arzu, dilek [+ to do sth] I have no desire to have children. There is a strong desire for peace among the people.Goals and purposesFeelings of desire
SEX [U]
when you are sexually attracted to someone cinsel istek/arzu Sexual attractionAttractive
Translations of “desire”
in Arabic رَغْبة…
in Korean 갈망…
in Malaysian hasrat…
in French désir…
in Italian desiderio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 渴望, 慾望,渴望,願望…
in Russian (сильное) желание, вожделение…
in Polish pragnienie, pożądanie…
in Vietnamese sự khao khát…
in Spanish deseo, desear…
in Portuguese desejo…
in Thai ความปรารถนา…
in German das Verlangen…
in Catalan desig…
in Japanese (強い)願望…
in Indonesian keinginan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 渴望, 欲望,渴望,愿望…
(Definition of desire noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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