passion

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(isim) Tutku

Çoğu insan bir şey hakkında çok tutkuludur. - Most people are very passionate about something.

Onun pasta tutkusu var. - She has a passion for cake.

hırs

Hırs bizi güçlü yaptığı için biz düşmanlarımıza meydan okuruz! - We defy our foes, for our passion makes us strong!

Politika konusunda daima çok hırslı oldum. - I have always been very passionate about politics.

ihtiras

Çok ihtiraslı bir aşk macerasıydı. - It was a very passionate love affair.

{i} arzu
ani öfke
hastalık
düşkünlük
(Tıp) Kuvvetli his (heyecan, hırs, v.s.)
{i} öfke
{i} tutkunluk
{i} aşk

Kırmızı aşk, tutku, bereket ve güç rengidir. - Red is the color of love, passion, fertility and power.

Çok ihtiraslı bir aşk macerasıydı. - It was a very passionate love affair.

(Tıp) Acı, ağrı, ıstırap
{i} şehvet

Şiir sadece azap değildir; şiir sevgidir. Sıcak ve şehvetli tutkudur; o, devrim, romantizm ve hassasiyettir. - Poetry is not just torment; poetry is love. It is warm and sensual passion; it is revolution, romance and tenderness.

{i} sevda, aşk
hazreti isa'nın çarmıha gerildiğinde çektiği acı
güçlü duygu
cinsel istek
kızgınlık
merak

Ben özel yetenekleri yok. Ben sadece tutkuyla meraklıyım. - I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.

elem
hiddet
delilik
özlem
tutkusu
ihtirası
Hazreti ısa'nın çarmıha gerildiğinde çektiği acı
passionate
{s} tutkulu

Çoğu insan bir şey hakkında çok tutkuludur. - Most people are very passionate about something.

Tom eğildi ve Mary'yi dudaklarından tutkulu bir şekilde öptü. - Tom leaned in and gave Mary a passionate kiss on the mouth.

passion fruit
çarkıfelek meyvası
passion flower
çarkıfelek çiçeği
passion sunday
paskalyadan önceki ikinci pazar
passion for fashion
moda tutkusu
passion fruit
Çarkıfelek (fırıldakçiçeği) çiçeğinin yenilebilen meyvesi
passion sunday
paskalyadan iki hafta önceki pazar
passionate
ateşli
passionate
hırslı

Mary işi hakkında çok hırslı. - Mary is very passionate about her work.

Ben işim hakkında hırslıyım. - I'm passionate about my job.

passionate
hiddetli
passionate
hararetle
passionately
tutkuyla

Onu tutkuyla dudaklarından öptü. - He kissed her passionately on the lips.

Tom ve Mary birbirlerini tutkuyla öptüler. - Tom and Mary passionately kissed each other.

develop a passion
merak sarmak
develop a passion for
merak sardırmak
develop a passion for
merak sarmak
passionate
muhteris
passionate
heyecanlı
passionless
ruhsuz
fly into a passion
kızmak
fly into a passion
öfkelenmek
passionate
aşırı tutkuları olan
passionate
şiddetli
passionless
ihtirassız
enthusiasm, passion
coşku, tutku
excitement, agitation, passion
heyecan, ajitasyon, tutku
fly into a fury passion
Bir öfke öfkelenmek
fly into a rage passion
Bir öfke öfkelenmek
hate with a passion
Tutkuyla nefret etmek
passionless
heyecansız
tender passion
İhale tutku
have a passion for
merak sarmak
one's rulling passion
(deyim) ustun tutku ;insanin butun hayatina hakim olan tutku,ornegin para sevgisi,iktidar hirsi vb
passionate
ateşli oluş
passionate
passionatenessihtiraslı oluş
passionate
{s} aşırı tutkulu
passionate
ateşli olarak
passionate
(Askeri) İHTİRASLI, HİDDETLİ, HEYECANLI
passionate
hararetli
passionate
tutkusal
passionate
şiddetle aşık
passionate
{s} ihtiraslı

Çok ihtiraslı bir aşk macerasıydı. - It was a very passionate love affair.

passionate
çabuk öfkelenen
passionless
kendine hakim
passionless
{s} tutkusuz, ruhsuz
passionless
soğukkanlı
rulling passion
(deyim) ustun tutku ;insanin butun hayatina hakim olan tutku,ornegin para sevgisi,iktidar hirsi vb
sudden passion
anlık arzu
sudden passion
anlık istek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Any great, powerful emotion, especially love or hate
The suffering of Jesus leading up to and during his crucifixion
A play, musical composition or display meant to commemorate the suffering of Jesus
An innate quality, property, or attribute of a thing

… to obtain the knowledge of some passion of the circle.

fervor, determination
An object of passionate love or strong interest

It started as a hobby, but now my motorbike collection has become my passion.

the suffering of Jesus at the crucifixion
{n} fury, anger, zeal, love, lust, suffering
{i} suffering of Jesus on the Cross; Biblical writings that list the sufferings of Jesus on the Cross
A long, oratorio-like composition telling the story of Jesus's last days, according to one of the New Testament Gospels
the Force of emotions and feelings Governed by Venus, Goddess of Passion
strong feeling or emotion a feeling of strong sexual desire the suffering of Jesus at the crucifixion
A suffering or enduring of imposed or inflicted pain; any suffering or distress (as, a cardiac passion); specifically, the suffering of Christ between the time of the last supper and his death, esp
a feeling of strong sexual desire
any object of warm affection or devotion; "the theater was her first love" or "he has a passion for cock fighting"
The object of passionate love
Aramsu
an irrational but irresistible motive for a belief or action
suffering; particularly in Christianity, the suffering of Jesus leading up to and during his crucifixion
The term commonly used to denote Jesus' suffering and death (Acts 1: 3)
Disorder of the mind; madness
The state of being acted upon; subjection to an external agent or influence; a passive condition; opposed to action
strong feeling or emotion
Capacity of being affected by external agents; susceptibility of impressions from external agents
The state of the mind when it is powerfully acted upon and influenced by something external to itself; the state of any particular faculty which, under such conditions, becomes extremely sensitive or uncontrollably excited; any emotion or sentiment (specifically, love or anger) in a state of abnormal or controlling activity; an extreme or inordinate desire; also, the capacity or susceptibility of being so affected; as, to be in a passion; the passions of love, hate, jealously, wrath, ambition, avarice, fear, etc
something that is desired intensely; "his rage for fame destroyed him"
To suffer pain or sorrow; to experience a passion; to be extremely agitated
See Passion week, below
A particular kind of oratorio associated specifically with the story of the betrayal, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus Passions were particularly popular durng the baroque era
If you have a passion for something, you have a very strong interest in it and like it very much. She had a passion for gardening. the Passion the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. Musical setting of the suffering and crucifixion of Christ. The early Passion consisted entirely of plainchant. Liturgical enactments of Christ's Passion date from the early Middle Ages, the characters' parts being sung by individual celebrants and the crowd's role by the congregation. Polyphonic Passions began appearing in the 15th century. In the German tradition exemplified by Heinrich Schütz, the Passion closely resembles the dramatic oratorio, with solo arias and other ensembles contrasting with choral sections; the alternative motet-style Passion lacked solo sections and avoided dramatic oppositions. After the 18th century, Passions ceased to be widely composed
Passion week
a passion for war, or for drink; an orator should have passion as well as rhetorical skill
in the garden upon the cross
(from Latin passus, meaning 'having suffered') Musical setting of the biblical story of the suffering and death of Jesus, sung in churches the week before Easter
To give a passionate character to
{i} ardour, fervor; zeal, enthusiasm; fury; desire, lust
Passion is an allegorical character that represents the ardor and obsession that I have had such trouble achieving balance with in my life She is depicted in a tight red robe that covers the top half of her face that was meant to hide her identity, as I did not know passion in life I didn't want to acknowledge the character being based on anyone in particular If fact she was based on Alice Tatina and the many years of admiration that I had invested in her Passion has long been the possessor of the Red Hear which was ripped from the chest of the Emperor She has refused to return it even though she does not want it herself She has also refused to take the ring of the Emperor as a sign of her disinterest Passion participated in the conspiracy to give the Emperor the Blue Heart by distracting the Puppet-Master by giving him the Ball of Light Passion still has the Red Heart with no sign of handing it off to any other characters in the near future
great emotion
Musical setting of the Crucifixion story as told by one of the four Evangelists in the Gospels
The events leading up to Good Friday, beginning with Christ's arrest and ending with his burial Portrayals of the Passion, which focus on the Suffering Christ, include depictions of Judas betraying Christ with a kiss, Peter cutting off Malchus's ear, the crown of thorns, and so on
intense passion or emotion
Passion is strong sexual feelings towards someone. my passion for a dark-haired, slender boy named James. the expression of love and passion
Boundless enthusiasm; deep and positive emotion; fervent expression of hope; belief in the essential connection of individual and community; and love of humanity Passion, like altruism, is essential to the action of giving and the purpose of philanthropy
Passion is a very strong feeling about something or a strong belief in something. He spoke with great passion
Passion Sunday
The fifth Sunday in Lent, the second Sunday before Easter, the first day in Passiontide
Passion flower
Various vines of the genus Passiflora, with showy flowers of a structure symbolic of the passion of Christ
Passion flowers
plural form of Passion flower
passion fruit
The edible fruit of the passionflower, Passiflora edulis; a round fruit with a purple or yellow skin which is native to Brazil

'Passion fruit are added for visual interest.

passion fruit
The flesh of the edible fruit

A slice of passion fruit was added to the dessert for visual interest.

passion fruits
plural form of passion fruit
passion of a convert
extreme enthusiasm shown by a person who has recently taken a new task or set of beliefs

Jim showed the passion of a convert when he joined the Green Party.

passion pit
Any place where sexual activity commonly occurs

During their teenage years, this secluded area was affectionately referred to as the pit, short for passion pit.

passion pit
A drive-in theatre, with particular reference to it as a place of intimacy

She wanted to see what the passion pit was all about, but I took her to supper and to South Pacific in Memphis rather than to Dragstrip Girl at our drive-in. Anyway, rumor had it that she'd already been to the passion pit.

passion play
A play depicting the Passion of Christ or any analogous religious story of martyrdom, such as the Muslim ta'ziya
passion plays
plural form of passion play
passion pop
A particular brand of very cheap, sweet sparkling wine, famous for 30 years of being the cheapest drink for teenage girls
passion pop
Generically any very cheap, sweet sparkling wine
passion pop
A phrase now used for products as diverse as film, music, clothing
passion-week
{n} the week before Easter
passion flower
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) An evergreen climbing plant of warm regions, with a complex flower said to suggest things associated with Christ's Crucifixion. [Genus Passiflora.]
Passion Sunday
The second Sunday before Easter. in the Christian church, the Sunday two weeks before Easter
Passion Week
The week between Passion Sunday and Palm Sunday
Passion play
A dramatic performance, of medieval origin, that represents the events associated with the Passion of Jesus. a play that tells the story of the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. Religious drama of medieval origin dealing with the suffering, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Early Passion plays were written in Latin and consisted of Gospel readings alternating with poetic descriptions of the events of Christ's Passion (i.e., his sufferings between the Last Supper and his death). Use of the vernacular for these poetic passages led to the development of independent vernacular plays. By the 16th century many of the plays had been overtaken by secular influences and had become mere popular entertainments. Some survived into the 21st century, most notably the one performed by local villagers every 10 years at Oberammergau, Ger. See also liturgical drama; miracle play; mystery play
passion fruit
A tropical fruit native to Brazil, but now grown in the U S, New Zealand, and Australia The flavor is sweet, yet tart, and has a perfumy tropical fragrance Used as a table fruit, as well as for sherbets, candies, and beverages
passion fruit
A mix made from the Passion Flower It is nonalcoholic
passion fruit
Purplish-brown on the outside, filled with (edible) pits and orange flesh inside Unadulterated, it is tart and hard to take
passion fruit
Round, lime size fruit has bright orange, highly perfumed, bracingly tart flesh Also called granadilla, parcha and maracuya
passion fruit
A passion fruit is a small, round, brown fruit that is produced by certain types of tropical flower. The edible fruit of the passionflower. a small fruit which has a brown skin and many seeds
passion fruit
egg-shaped tropical fruit of certain passionflower vines; used for sherbets and confectionery and drinks
passion fruit
{i} edible fruit of the passionflower vine
passion fruit
Purplish-brown on the outside, filled with (edible) pits and orange flesh inside Unadulterated, it is tart and hard to take Passionfruit get its name from its flowers, which Spanish missionaries thought resembled symbols of Christ's Passion, such as the crown of thorns
passion killers
unattractive underwear that discourage sexual advances, ugly underwear that "kill"/destroy the passion
passion play
a play representing the Passion of Christ
passion sunday
second Sunday before Easter
crime of passion
A crime, typically a violent crime such as assault or murder, committed against a loved one because of sudden jealous rage or heartbreak rather than as a premeditated act
crimes of passion
plural form of crime of passion
passionate
Fired with intense feeling; ardent, blazing, burning
passionate
To fill with passion, or with another given emotion

Great pleasure mixt with pittifull regard, / That godly King and Queene did passionate .

passionate
Given to strong feeling, sometimes romantic and/or sexual
passionate
{a} moved by passion, soon angry, fond
passionately
{a} angrily, vehemently, fondly
hate with a passion
Hate strongly
banana passion fruit
cultivated for fruit
fly into a passion
become angry all of a sudden
iliac passion
{i} (Medicine) ileus, obstruction of the intestine which causes severe pain and vomiting
passionate
Suffering; sorrowful
passionate
having or expressing strong emotions
passionate
Fired with intense feeling; ardent, blazing, burning, dithyrambic, fervent, fervid, fiery, flaming, glowing, heated, hot-blooded, hotheaded, impassioned, perfervid, red-hot, scorching, torrid
passionate
Given to strong feeling
passionate
A passionate person has very strong feelings about something or a strong belief in something. his passionate commitment to peace I'm a passionate believer in public art He is very passionate about the project. + passionately pas·sion·ate·ly I am passionately opposed to the death penalty
passionate
To express feelingly or sorrowfully
passionate
{s} zealous, ardent, enthusiastic; full of desire; fervent
passionate
Capable or susceptible of passion, or of different passions; easily moved, excited or agitated; specifically, easily moved to anger; irascible; quick-tempered; as, a passionate nature
passionate
A passionate person has strong romantic or sexual feelings and expresses them in their behaviour. a beautiful, passionate woman of twenty-six. + passionately pas·sion·ate·ly He was passionately in love with her
passionate
Characterized by passion; expressing passion; ardent in feeling or desire; vehement; warm; as, a passionate friendship
passionate
To affect with passion; to impassion
passionately
zealously, ardently, enthusiastically, desirously; fervently; stormily
passionately
In a passionate manner; with strong feeling; ardently
passionately
with passion; "she kissed him passionately"
passionately
in a stormy or violent manner
passionately
In a passionate manner
passionately
with passion; "she kissed him passionately
passionately
Angrily; irascibly
passionless
not passionate; "passionless observation of human nature
passionless
If you describe someone or something as passionless, you mean that they do not have or show strong feelings. a passionless academic. their late and apparently passionless marriage. passionate. with no strong feelings of love
passionless
Void of passion; without anger or emotion; not easily excited; calm
passionless
unmoved by feeling; "he kept his emotionless objectivity and faith in the cause he served"; "this passionless girl was like an icicle in the sunshine"-Margaret Deland
passionless
Lacking in passion
passionless
{s} lacking passion, lacking fervor; unsensitive, unfeeling; not enthusiastic, not ardent
passionless
not passionate; "passionless observation of human nature"
passions
Motions of the sense/sensitive appetite in man The passions are said to dominate whenever an individual is motivated by the desire to have pleasurable experiences The Apostle Paul would say that such an individual is carnally minded and that he's living according to the flesh Passions include: Love/Hatred, Desire/Aversion, Joy/Sorrow, Hope/Despair, Fear/Courage, Envy/Lust/Anger Neither good, nor evil in themselves because (in general) they are independent of reason and will, and are the movements of the sense appetites
passions
great emotion; the emotions as distinguished from reason; powerful or compelling feelings or desires
passions
plural of passion
slave to one's passion
one who cannot control his urges
tender passion
love
with a burst of passion
in a fit of anger; in a moment of lust
with passion
with excitement, with ardor, fervently
passion
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