Definition of 'passion'
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By then the couple had shared ten years together, and of the initial flames of passion, only glowing embers remained. OUTCAST (2002)
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Translations for 'passion'
British English: passion /ˈpæʃən/ NOUN
Passion is a very strong feeling of sexual attraction for someone.
I had a passion for a dark-haired boy named James.
- American English: passion
- Arabic: عِشْقٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: paixão
- Chinese: 热情
- Croatian: strast
- Czech: vášeň
- Danish: lidenskab
- Dutch: passie
- European Spanish: pasión
- Finnish: intohimo
- French: passion
- German: Leidenschaft
- Greek: πάθος
- Italian: passione
- Japanese: 熱情
- Korean: 열정
- Norwegian: lidenskap
- Polish: pasja
- European Portuguese: paixão
- Romanian: pasiune
- Russian: страсть
- Spanish: pasión
- Swedish: passion
- Thai: อารมณ์อันเร่าร้อน
- Turkish: tutku
- Ukrainian: пристрасть
- Vietnamese: sự đam mê
Definition of passion from the Collins English Dictionary
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