cupidity

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الإنجليزية - التركية
aç gözlülük
açgözlülük
hırs
para hırs
{i} hırs, tamah, açgözlülük
greed
{i} hırs

Sami, Leyla'yı yönlendiren tatmin edilemez hırstan tamamen habersizdi. - Sami was completely unaware of the insatiable greed driving Layla.

Dünya ihtiyaçlarımızı tatmin edebilir ancak hırsımızı değil. - The earth can satisfy our needs but not our greed.

greed
açgözlü

O, açgözlü ve acımasız. - He's greedy and ruthless.

Tom asla açgözlü değildi. - Tom never was greedy.

avarice
servet tutkusu
avarice
para tutkusu
avarice
hırs
avarice
açgözlülük
cupid
(Mitoloji) Aşk tanrısı
cupid
(Mitoloji) Eros, Eski Romalıların aşk tanrısı
Cupid
(isim) aşk tanrısı [mit.]
Cupid
{i} aşk tanrısı [mit.]
avarice
tamahkâr avariciously hırsla
avarice
{i} para hırsı
avarice
avaricious haris
avarice
avariciousness harislik
avarice
tamahkarlıkla
greed
haris
greed
hırslı

O bencil ve hırslıdır. - He is selfish and greedy.

greed
greedy tamahkar
greed
açgözlülükle
greed
hasis
greed
{i} hırs, tamah, açgözlülük
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Extreme greed, especially for wealth

Humanity had always been fascinated by the mystery of the falling dice, the turn of a card, the spin of the pointer. At its lowest level, this interest was based on mere cupidity—and that was an emotion that could have no place in a world where everyone possessed all that they could reasonably need.

avarice
{n} lust, excessive or sensual desire
Eager or inordinate desire, especially for wealth; greed of gain; avarice; covetousness
{i} greed
A passionate desire; love
extreme greed for material wealth
very strong desire for something, especially money or property = greed (cupidité, from cupiditas, from cupere )
Cupid
: The god of love, son of Venus; usually depicted as a naked, winged boy with bow and arrow
cupid
a putto carrying a bow and arrow, representing Cupid or love
Cupid
The god of love, son of Venus; usually depicted as a naked, winged boy with bow and arrow
Cupid
{i} god of love (Roman Mythology)
cupid
the demigod who incites lusty desires in the hearts of the conditioned living entities
cupid
(Roman mythology) god of love; counterpart of Greek Eros
cupid
Cupid is the Roman god of love. He is usually shown as a baby boy with wings and a bow and arrow. If you say that someone is playing cupid, you mean that they are trying to bring two people together to start a romantic relationship. the aristocrat who played Cupid to the Duke and Duchess. Ancient Roman god of love in all its varieties, identified with the Greek Eros. Cupid was the son of Mercury and Venus. He was usually represented as a winged infant who carried a bow and quiver of arrows, which he shot at humans to inflict wounds that inspired love or passion. He was also sometimes depicted as a beautiful youth. Though generally considered beneficent, he could be mischievous in matchmaking, often at his mother's behest
cupid
the Roman god of love, called Eros in Greek; often a boy with wings, used as a symbol of love
cupid
Roman God of Love
cupid
{i} artistic representation of the Roman Mythological god of love (especially in the shape of a chubby, naked baby boy holding a bow and arrow)
cupid
The god of love, son of Venus; usually represented as a naked, winged boy with bow and arrow
cupidity
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