Definitions and translations for "passion"

Definition of passion

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Noun
1. Any great, strong, powerful emotion, especially romantic love or hate.
We share a passion for books.
2. Fervor, determination.
3. An object of passionate or romantic love or strong romantic interest.
It started as a hobby, but now my motorbike collection has become my passion.
4. Sexual intercourse, especially when very emotional
We shared a night of passion.
5. The suffering of Jesus leading up to and during his crucifixion.
6. A play, musical composition or display meant to commemorate the suffering of Jesus.
7. Suffering or enduring of imposed or inflicted pain; any suffering or distress.
A cardiac passion
8. The state of being acted upon; subjection to an external agent or influence; a passive condition; opposed to action.
9. Capacity of being affected by external agents; susceptibility of impressions from external agents.
10. An innate quality, property, or attribute of a thing.
... to obtain the knowledge of some passion of the circle. rfex
11. Disorder of the mind; madness.
He will again be well: if much you note him,
You shall offend him and extend his passion:
Verb
12. To suffer pain or sorrow; to experience a passion; to be extremely agitated.
13. To give a passionate character to.
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English - English - passion

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n. suffering of Jesus on the Cross; Biblical writings that list the sufferings of Jesus on the Cross
n. ardour, fervor; zeal, enthusiasm; fury; desire, lust
n. passion, ardour, fervor, zeal, enthusiasm; desire, lust

English - Spanish - passion

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s. Pasión, el calvario de Jesús en la Cruz; escritos bíblicos que ennumeran el padecimiento y los tormentos de Jesús en la Cruz
s. pasión, acaloro, apasionamiento, ardor, frenesí, fuego, furor

English - French - passion

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[passion] n. passion; amour; colère, emportement; désir

English - German - passion

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n. Passion, Leidensgeschichte Christi; bibliche Schriften die das Leiden Jesu am Kreuz aufzählen
n. Begierde; Inbrunst; Zorn; Leidenschaft

English - Indonesian - passion

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n. cinta berahi, berahi, keberahian, nafsu, renjana, semangat, keinginan besar, gairah, kegemaran, kemarahan, kegemasan

English - Italian - passion

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s. Passione, agonia di Gesù sulla Croce
s. passione; scoppio, accesso; trasporto amoroso; forte inclinazione

English - Polish - passion

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n. namiętność, gorączka miłości, pasja, płomienność uczuć, zaciekłość, zapamiętanie, zapamiętałość

English - Portuguese - passion

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s. Paixão de Cristo, sofrimento de Jesus na cruz
s. paixão; entusiasmo; zanga, aborrecimento, amolação, ira; desejo

English - Romanian - passion

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n. pasiune, patimă, entuziasm, obiect al pasiunii, izbucnire, tulburare sufletească

English - Russian - passion

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с. страсти, страдания Христа на кресте
с. страсть, страстное увлечение, сильное чувство, пыл; азарт; предмет страсти; страсти господни, крестные муки

English - Turkish - passion

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i. tutku, aşk, ihtiras, arzu, tutkunluk, hırs, öfke

English - Ukrainian - passion

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n. пристрасть, запал, любов, гнів, пристрасність

French - English - passion

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(f) n. passion, emotion, feeling, ardor

German - English - passion

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n. ardour, fervor; zeal, enthusiasm; fury; desire, lust

English - Dutch - passion

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zn. gloed, vuur, hartstocht, passie, drift
ww. hartstocht : van hartstocht vervullen, hartstocht : van hartstocht vervuld zijn, lijden

English - Greek - passion

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ουσ. πάθος, σφοδρό αίσθημα, παραφορά, ντέρτι

French - Spanish - passion

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1. (intéresser) entusiasmo (m)
2. (sentiments) pasión (f)
3. (ardeur) ardor (m); pasión (f); fervor (m)

German - Spanish - passion

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n. pasión (f)

French - German - passion

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n. leidenschaft, hingabe, lust, sucht, leidenschaftlichkeit, hingebung, passion, feuer, passionsspiel

French - Italian - passion

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1. (intéresser) passione (f)
2. (sentiments) passione (f)
3. (ardeur) ardore (m); passione (f)

French - Portuguese - passion

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1. (intéresser) entusiasmo (m)
2. (sentiments) paixão (f)
3. (ardeur) ardor (m); paixão (f)

French - Russian - passion

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n. страсть (f), страстный: страстное чувство (f), пыл (f), любовь (f), пристрастие к чему-л. (f), предмет страсти (f), страдания (f), мучения (f)

French - Turkish - passion

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[la] azap, eziyet; tutku, ihtiras

German - French - passion

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n. passion (f)

German - Italian - passion

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n. passione (f)

German - Russian - passion

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n. страсть (f), увлечение (f)

German - Turkish - passion

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i. tutku (f), ezinç (f)

French - Dutch - passion

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1. (intéresser) passie (f)
2. (sentiments) passie (f); hartstocht (m)
3. (ardeur) vurigheid (f); hartstocht (m); bezieling (f)

German - Dutch - passion

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passie

English - Arabic - passion

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‏عاطفة، رغبة حبيسة، هيام، شهوة، عشق، حب، هوى، غرام، شغف، وجد، ولع‏

English - Chinese - passion

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[passion] (名) 热情, 激情; 情欲; 恋情; 盛怒, 忿怒

English - Chinese - passion

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[passion] (名) 熱情, 激情; 情欲; 戀情; 盛怒, 忿怒

English - Hindi - passion

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n. शौक़, अभिलाषा, लालसा, अनुराग, राग, रुचि, वासना, मनोविकार, जोश, आग, आवेग, आवेश, सरगर्मी, उत्साह, तमक, मद

English - Japanese - passion

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(名) 十字架に架けられたイエスの受難; 十字架に架けられたイエスの受難についてかかれている聖書

English - Korean - passion

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명. 십자가에서 예수가 받은 고통; 예수의 십자가 수난을 기록한 성경의 한부분
명. 열정, 열기; 정열, 열망; 광기; 욕망, 갈망

English - Vietnamese - passion

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n. nổi thống khổ, tánh ham mê, tánh say mê, sự khát vọng, cơn giận, sự phẩn nộ, ái tình, tình yêu, mối yêu đương

German - Chinese - passion

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[die]热情。激情。情欲。
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Verb forms for passion
Present participle: passioning
Present: passion (3.person: passions)
Past: passioned
Future: will passion
Present conditional: would passion
Present Perfect: have passioned (3.person: has passioned)
Past Perfect: had passioned
Future Perfect: will have passioned
Past conditional: would have passioned