desire

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English - Turkish
arzulamak
istek duymak
arzu etmek
(isim) Arzu

Ben gülme arzumu bastıramadım. - I could not subdue the desire to laugh.

Bugün seni görmeyi çok arzu ediyorum. - I desire a lot to see you today.

istek

Tom'un bazen diğer insanların güdülerini ve isteklerini anlama sorunu var. - Tom sometimes has trouble understanding other people's motives and desires.

{i} şehvet

Şehvet, sahiplenme arzusunu doğurur. Sahiplenme de öldürme güdüsünü. - Lust awakens the desire to possess. And that awakens the intent to murder.

{i} hırs
{i} rağbet
{i} cinsel istek
talep etmek
içi gitmek
istemek arzu etmek
ağzı sulanmak
imrenti
umu
tul-u emel
çizim
talip olmak
imren
canı istemek
gönlü çekmek
tamah etmek
canı çekmek
{f} arzu et

Bazılarımız geriye kalanlarımızın arzu ettikleri şey oldukları zaman hariç, hepimiz hiçbirimizin olamadığını olmaya çalışırız. - All of us try to be what none of us couldn't be except when some of us were what the rest of us desired.

Arzu ettiğini kolaylıkla alabildi. - She managed to get what she desired easily.

emel
dilek

Dilek memnuniyetsizlikten kaynaklanır. Bunu kontrol etmeye çalışın. - Desire is a source of discontent. Try to control it.

istemek
{i} şevk
arzula

Onun senkronizasyon hızı arzulanan bir şey bırakmadı. - His synchronizing rate left nothing to be desired.

Seri katil arzularının bir kölesiydi. - The serial killer was a slave to his desires.

{i} rica etme
{i} ihtiras
{f} rica etmek
özlemek
{i} heves
{i} tutku

Jane çikolataya olan tutkusunu durdurmalıdır. - Jane must stop giving way to her desire for chocolate.

Onun zengin olmak için bir tutkusu var. - She has a desire to be wealthy.

{f} imrenmek
{i} isteme

Tom, bunu yapmak istemediğini söylüyor. - Tom says he has no desire to do that.

Yaşlı olmanın bir avantajı gençken almayı göze alamadığın her şeyi artık istememendir. - One advantage of being old is that you no longer desire all the things that you couldn't afford to buy when you were young.

{f} dilemek
{i} rica, dilek
{f} yalvarmak
{i} iştah
heveslenmek
temenni etmek
nefs
içi çekmek
nefis
aç olmak
arzum
arzusu
desire for revenge
kuyruk acısı
desire in literature
edebiyatta arzu
desire line
istek hattı
desire of god
takdiri ilahi
desire of god
tanrının takdiri
desire of god
allahın takdiri
desire for
istek için
desire to
arzu etmek
desire to kill
arzu öldürmek
desire longingly
ağzının suyu akmak
desire smth. strongly
gözü olmak
desired
istenen
desired
arzu edilen
desired
gerekli
desired
istenmek
desiring
rağbet
desiring
eğilim
craving, desire, longing, yearning
özlem, arzu, özlem, hasret
desired
iste

Dan Linda'yı öldürmek istedi. - Dan desired to kill Linda.

Senin ingilizce kompozisyonun neredeyse istenecek bir şey bırakmıyor. - Your English composition leaves almost nothing to be desired.

desired
istedi

Dan Linda'yı öldürmek istedi. - Dan desired to kill Linda.

desires
arzulayan
object of desire
Arzu edilen, sahip olunan şey ya da kişi
physical love; sexual desire
fiziksel seviyorum; cinsel istek
accede to a desire
(Kanun) bir arzuyu yerine getirmek
arouse desire in smb
heveslendirmek
attain one's desire
muradına ermek
be seized with a desire to
isteğine kapılmak
consuming desire
şiddetli arzu
earnest desire
kuvvetli arzu
excessive sexual desire
şehvet düşkünlüğü
eyes be bright with desire
gözleri parlamak
have desire to
arzusu içinde olmak
in opposition to one's desire
isteği dışında
inhibited sexual desire
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ketlenmiş cinsel arzu
passionate desire
aşırı istek
satisfy a desire
hevesini almak
sexual desire
şehvet
English - English
Someone or something wished for

You’re my heart’s desire.

More formal or stronger word for want

I desire to speak with you.

Strong attraction, particularly romantic

His desire for her kept him awake at night.

The feeling of desire

Too much desire can seriously affect one’s judgment.

Another word for want, connoting emotion

She has been desiring him since they first met.

An expressed wish; a request; petition
{n} a passion excited by the love of an object, or love excited into action, a wish to obtain
{v} to wish, long for, ask, beg entreat
{n} a person who is eager after any thing
feel or have a desire for; want strongly; "I want to go home now"; "I want my own room"
Belief Conduct
an inclination to want things; "a man of many desires" the feeling that accompanies an unsatisfied state something that is desired feel or have a desire for; want strongly; "I want to go home now"; "I want my own room" express a desire for
Excessive or morbid longing; lust; appetite
disapproval If you say that something leaves a lot to be desired, you mean that it is not as good as it should be. The selection of TV programmes, especially at the weekend, leaves a lot to be desired
Grief; regret
{i} passion, lust; strong wish; request
(See 205) The third step in the prospect's mental steps It is created when prospects express a wish or want for a product The third step in the prospect's mental steps It is created when prospects express a wish or want for a product
Desire for someone is a strong feeling of wanting to have sex with them. Teenage sex, for instance, may come not out of genuine desire but from a need to get love
strong wants
express a desire for
To express a wish for; to entreat; to request
something that is desired
the feeling that accompanies an unsatisfied state something that is desired feel or have a desire for; want strongly; "I want to go home now"; "I want my own room"
expect and wish; "I trust you will behave better from now on"; "I hope she understands that she cannot expect a raise"
To long for; to wish for earnestly; to covet
If you desire something, you want it. She had remarried and desired a child with her new husband But Fred was bored and desired to go home + desired de·sired You may find that just threatening this course of action will produce the desired effect
The natural longing that is excited by the enjoyment or the thought of any good, and impels to action or effort its continuance or possession; an eager wish to obtain or enjoy
To require; to demand; to claim
To miss; to regret
A desire is a strong wish to do or have something. I had a strong desire to help and care for people They seem to have lost their desire for life
Development of a European Service for Information on Research and Education
{f} want, wish for, request
the feeling that accompanies an unsatisfied state
A longing that is believed will be satisfied by having
an inclination to want things; "a man of many desires"
Anything which is desired; an object of longing
desire line
A path that pedestrians take informally, rather than taking a sidewalk or set route; e.g. a well-worn ribbon of dirt that one sees cutting across a patch of grass, or paths in the snow

In areas with no sidewalks, beaten-down paths in the grass, known as desire lines in planning-speak, indicate yearning, said John La Plante, the chief traffic engineer for T. Y. Lin International, an engineering firm.

desire lines
plural form of desire line
desire to know
curiosity that motivates investigation and study
A Streetcar Named Desire
play by Tennessee Williams; movie adapted from the play starring the late Marlon Brando
A Streetcar Named Desire
a play by Tennessee Williams, made into a film with Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh in 1951, about a beautiful woman who is becoming old and her violent younger brother-in-law (1947)
desired
wanted intensely; "the child could no longer resist taking one of the craved cookies"; "it produced the desired effect"
desired
greatly desired
desired
{s} longed for
desires
third-person singular of desire
desires
plural of desire
desiring
A Yearning for; a want
desiring
present participle of desire
desiring
hoping
heart's desire
greatest wish, want, deep desire
sensual desire
carnal desire, sexual urges
sexual desire
a desire for sexual intimacy
sexual desire
sexual passion, lust
strong desire
urge, strong compulsion, lust
Turkish - English

Definition of desire in Turkish English dictionary

kuyruk acısı desire
for vengeance; rancor
öğrenme isteği desire
to learn
desire
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