Desire

  • 1 Desire — may refer to: Contents 1 Concepts 2 Music 2.1 Albums 2.2 …

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  • 2 desire — vb Desire, wish, want, crave, covet mean having a longing for something. Desire, wish, and want are often used with identical intent though in such situations (usually everyday ones) that the degree of intensity of longing or need is not at issue …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 3 Desire — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El término desire ( deseo , en inglés y otros idiomas) puede hacer referencia a: Desire, film estadounidense de 1936 dirigido por Frank Borzage; «Desire», canción de Do As Infinity del álbum New World; «Desire»,… …

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  • 4 Desire — De*sire , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Desired}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Desiring}.] [F. d[ e]sirer, L. desiderare, origin uncertain, perh. fr. de + sidus star, constellation, and hence orig., to turn the eyes from the stars. Cf. {Consider}, and {Desiderate},… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 Desire — Desire …

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  • 6 desire — [di zīr′] vt. desired, desiring [ME desiren < OFr desirer < L desiderare, orig., prob., to await from the stars < de , from + sidus, star: see SIDEREAL] 1. to wish or long for; crave; covet 2. to ask for; request 3. to want sexually vi.… …

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  • 7 Desire — De*sire , n. [F. d[ e]sir, fr. d[ e]sirer. See {Desire}, v. t.] 1. 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.… …

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  • 8 desire — refers to the psychological aspects of sexuality, particularly fantasies, operating both consciously and unconsciously. It is distinct from both the biological aspects of sexuality the body and its sensations, its ability to reproduce, and sexual …

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  • 9 Desire — Studioalbum von Bob Dylan Veröffentlichung 5. Januar 1976 Label Columbia Records For …

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  • 10 désiré — désiré, ée (dé zi ré, rée ; plusieurs, dit l Académie, prononcent de zi ré, rée) part. passé. •   Peutêtre nous touchons au moment désiré, CORN. Sert. III, 4. •   Commander est bon ; être riche est bon ; et ces bonnes choses, mal prises et mal… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 11 desire — [n1] want, longing admiration, ambition, appetite, ardor, aspiration, attraction, avidity, concupiscence, covetousness, craving, craze, cupidity, devotion, doting, eagerness, fancy, fascination, fervor, fondness, frenzy, greed, hankering*, hunger …

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  • 12 desire — de·sire vt de·sired, de·sir·ing: to wish for earnestly see also precatory ◇ Courts have variously interpreted desire in wills to indicate either a direction of the testator that must be followed or merely an expression of what the testator hoped… …

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  • 13 Desire Me — Título (no traducido) Ficha técnica Dirección Jack Conway George Cukor Mervyn LeRoy Victor Saville Producción Arthur Hornblow Jr …

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  • 14 desire — (v.) early 13c., from O.Fr. desirrer (12c.) wish, desire, long for, from L. desiderare long for, wish for; demand, expect, original sense perhaps await what the stars will bring, from the phrase de sidere from the stars, from sidus (gen. sideris) …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 15 Desiré — Desiré, Port, Busen an der Ostküste von Patagonien …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 16 désiré — ⇒DÉSIRÉ, ÉE, part. passé et adj. I. Part. passé de désirer. II. Adjectif A. [En parlant d une chose] Qui est l objet d une aspiration de l âme, du cœur, de l esprit. Les charmes de la patrie lointaine et désirée (PONSON DU TERR., Rocambole, t. 4 …

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  • 17 Desire — A dress fabric of cotton and silk imported into Hayti …

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  • 18 desiré — Desiré, [desir]ée. part. pass …

    Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • 19 desire — ► NOUN 1) a strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen. 2) strong sexual feeling or appetite. ► VERB 1) strongly wish for or want. 2) want sexually. 3) archaic request or entreat. DERIV …

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  • 20 desire —    by Alison Ross    Desire is one of the central terms in Deleuze s philosophical lexicon. In his work with Guattari, Deleuze develops a definition of desire as positive and productive that supports the conception of life as material flows. In… …

    The Deleuze dictionary


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