lust translation | English-French dictionary

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lust

  

      n  
   (=sexual desire)   désir    m     
→ His relationship with Angie combined lust with friendship.        
→ He is obsessed by his lust for her.        
   (=deadly sin)   luxure    f  
   (=craving)  
lust for sth        [+money, power, revenge]   soif    f   de qch  
→ his lust for power        
→ The lust for revenge is a deeply rooted human emotion.        
→ His lust for life has often overshadowed his music        


blood lust   , blood-lust  
      n   soif    f   de sang  
→ The mobs became driven by a crazed blood-lust to take the city.        
lust after  
      vt fus  
     [+person]   convoiter  
→ She lusted after other men.        
     [+power]   avoir soif de  
→ Sheard lusted after the Directorship.        
  [+money]   convoiter  
→ They lusted after the gold of El Dorado.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
v.
désirer
n.
soif
n.
soif de sang
n.
soif de sang
exp.
soif de qch
n.
démon de midi
n.
réflexe de Lust
[Med.]
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'lust' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
lust
n.
unappeased lust for power
n.
sin of lust
n.
middle-aged lust
n.
lusts of the flesh
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