Traducción de passion en Español:


pasión, n.

Pronunciación /ˈpaʃ(ə)n//ˈpæʃən/


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    • 1.1(emotion)

      pasión femenino
      he played with passion tocó apasionadamente / con pasión
      • she spoke with passion habló con vehemencia / ardor
      • passions were aroused by the controversy la polémica exaltó los ánimos
      • Particular passion was aroused by the demand that firefighters be designated as such, and identified by their engine companies.
      • And, of course, probably the most important issue is that you've actually got to have a really strong passion for what you want to do.
      • Struggling to co-ordinate the microphone and loudspeakers, it all looked a bit amateur, but at the same time I appreciated the emotion, passion and integrity of the moment.
      • For a leader, this calls for commitment, a sense of passion and a strong drive to work for the underprivileged and the very poor at the grassroots.
      • In addition to education in specific areas of interest, one should also have a strong innate passion and interest for the profession.
      • Passion is essential for this strong commitment, without passion there is no real direction and vision is short-lived.
      • Its true nature is often obscured by strong emotions like anger and passion.
      • Week after week I read the letters and such a strong sense of passion is evident in the words of so many people.
      • In Finland, anger, passion and emotion suggest you're not in control.
      • The prospect of war has roused strong passions, drawing politicians and public figures into pro and anti positions.
      • When such passion burns strong, one will risk all.
      • But I think Kate got her passion, her strong feelings from approval of what here mother was doing.
      • There was a certain complexity to the music, but it was - without a doubt - filled with passion and emotion.
      • Within the context of modernity, the autonomous artist, as a creative being, explores varying moods, passion, sentiments and emotions.
      • The convergence of holiness and physical passion carries as strong a charge in this gem-like painting as it does in The Song of Songs itself.
      • It makes my passion stronger to find other choices.
      • This obvious political charade does not engender strong passion.
      • This madness went will with the eccentric enthusiasm of hundreds of people gathered, filling the whole atmosphere with a strong current of passion and action.
      • I appreciate his focus, insight and passion, but take strong exception to his analytical framework.
      • He would always have a strong, fiery passion for whatever he believed in, and at times, it could get a little overwhelming.

    • 1.2(love, enthusiasm)

      pasión femenino
      crime of passion crimen pasional masculino
      • a night of passion una noche de pasión
      • golf is his ruling passion el golf es su gran pasión / la pasión de su vida
      • he has a passion for music/Wagner le apasiona la música/Wagner
      • Leading the service, the reverend described Mr Jackson as ‘the most energetic of people’ with a passion for life.
      • Woven into the long days of station work for the Angus family and their crew is the camaraderie of shared interests - particularly a passion for beef and a love of horses.
      • He watched her face as their passion became more intense.
      • Last month, my husband returned from a business trip in Europe, he was hotter than ever before, with more passion and sexual energy than he'd had for years.
      • Lancaster is surrounded by wonderful landscapes and the area is full of people with a passion for the outdoors.
      • Now art and green politics are again interwoven in an innovative project, involving hundreds of ordinary people who share a passion for trees and knitting.
      • And if we had to depend on reason and reproductive technology rather than sexual passion to produce the next generation, we'd be in trouble.
      • The question of sexual passion in late life and what a much older man has to offer a younger woman, apart from the status that traditionally makes him more attractive, is treated very coyly here.
      • Pair an obsession with organization with a passion for how people think and value… and you get information architecture.
      • The founder of perhaps Scotland's only quality independent wine merchant is expanding the business and needs people with a passion for the grape and the grain.
      • In 90 minutes of compelling drama, the actors explore the impossible intricacies of love, domesticity and sexual passion.
      • My teachers are dedicated and professional people who have a passion for the subjects they teach, going beyond the call of duty in the support they provide to help students reach their full potential.
      • What passes without comment, though, what is accepted as a given, are modern notions of romantic love, the truth of sexual passion.
      • Is this true of a young person with a passion for writing books?
      • He is as implacable in giving life as he is in taking it; as responsible for the exhilaration of sexual passion as he is for its diminution and loss.
      • Their relationship was always filled with this intense passion.
      • You meet collectors and curators and people who have a passion for the arts.
      • And he's got his horses, which he breeds for racing, and a passion for good wine.
      • Organisations can start by hiring people with a passion for their business.
      • Two galleries who partnered with auto dealers found that luxury car enthusiasts also have a passion for art
      • Simply put, we have the right people who have a passion for the music.
      • He was a teenager in the grip of a strong, young passion, and Bess was his unattainable beloved.
      • But he came with a wealth of knowledge, an abundance of enthusiasm and a passion for the club where his career had kicked off 30 years earlier.
      • Youngsters with a passion for music relished the Devizes Summer School held last week at Southbroom Junior School.
      • You really have to have enthusiasm for that, a passion for it.
      • Perhaps those who still crave sexual passion after 60 didn't get enough of it when they were younger.
      • She is the epitome of what sexual passion is supposed to signify.
      • Even if there was no formal ceremony and no icon to celebrate it, they were bound together by something stronger than erotic passion and he claims substantial credit for maintaining her rule.
      • But behind your reserved exterior lies a dedicated person with a passion for the concrete truth who wants to, in his heart of hearts, help find missing children.
      • Katerina's soul-destroying loneliness and violent sexual passion is expressed in music of soaring lyricism.
      • Erotic love and sexual passion are not things that simply happen to people; you can learn to create them over your lifetime with the same lover.
      • I have the greatest of admiration for people who have a passion for politics.
      • The court was told Mr Jones was a popular young man with a large group of friends who had a passion for music and skateboarding.
      • Victoria and Albert came to love each other with a strong physical passion, yet she hated pregnancy, childbirth, babies, and children.
      • Conversing with Iglehart for any length of time, reveals a passion for the people and place of India, a place where he continues to visit on a regular basis.
      • Li looked at her wife, whom he had once loved with such passion, and a pain shot through his ice cold heart.
      • The process of accumulating sounds of words and elements of sexual passion as if they were notes of a recurring tune informs the sequential movement of the whole poem.
      • One or both of you begins to feel suffocated, and the intense vulnerability of sexual passion that was so easy in the early days becomes impossible.
      • Although the kiss was brief, she could feel his intense passion.
      • Quite the contrary - friendship, love, and sexual passion can all take many forms, and they are likely to be expressed in strong ways in any imaginable society.

    • 1.3(rage)

      ira femenino
      cólera femenino
      to be in a passion estar fuera de sí
      • to fly into a passion montar en cólera
      • in a fit of passion en un arrebato de ira

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    the Passion la Pasión
    • the St Matthew Passion la Pasión según San Mateo
    • Thanks to the Ministers of the Word and Eucharist, the Pastoral Team who provided us with powerful symbols of the Passion, death and Resurrection and help in organising the Liturgies.
    • The second forceful exposition of the way of Jesus, the so-called Passion prediction at 9: 33, is also not understood by the disciples.
    • It had a discussion of the Passion in the four Gospels, and the complete Gospel account from Mark.
    • But soon enough we hear the Passion narrative as told by St. Luke, and the atmosphere changes.
    • Subsequent Christian retellings of the story of Jesus's Passion repeat this pattern of indirect allusion and variation.
    • But we move from the procession to the long narrative for the day, the full Passion from Matthew.
    • He laments the fact that the U.S. bishops have not explicitly condemned the film even though it appears to violate their own norms for presentations of the Passion of Jesus.
    • On Friday at 3pm, the congregation through the ceremony commemorated the Passion and death of our Lord.
    • It does not seem to fit the theology of John's Gospel at all, nor does it seem to suit the concerns of John's Passion narrative.
    • There is no single Gospel story of the Passion; there are subtle differences among the four accounts.
    • Burton is clearly not happy with the way those afflicted assimilated their suffering to the Passion of Christ, thus giving it personal meaning.
    • Luke's Passion narrative forms the mainstay of this suggestion.
    • The Liturgy of the Passion of Jesus will be at 3 p.m. in Stradbally and at 4 in the other two churches.
    • Did Seneca author the original Passion narrative?
    • Jesus fulfilled that prophecy in his day, riding into Jerusalem in peace, as the evangelists tell us in the Passion narrative.
    • For the second time this week we hear the Passion of Jesus, this time as told by John.
    • The book follows the story of Jesus from the genealogies in Matthew and Luke to the Passion narratives.
    • Obviously, the image for him was Christ, and the Passion and Crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
    • At noon on Good Friday the Passion and Death of Our Lord will be remembered with the Stations of the Cross being enacted by the pupils of Scoil Ide Naofa.
    • The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the vindication and glory of his Passion.
    • As it turned out, the congregation was taking part in a dramatic reading of the Passion narrative.
    • If Jesus related His Passion in this way, it would certainly explain how the disciples picked up that practice!
    • And he reads about the Passion of the Lord Jesus Christ, who was crucified long ago to pay the penalty for sin, and rose from the dead on the third day to open the way to Heaven.
    • A recurrent iconographic image is Christ depicted as the Man of Sorrows, the Christ of the Passion, and there are several fine examples here.
    • Have any of you ever spent any time in meditation on the Passion of Jesus?
    • She has painted a series of larger than life-sized paintings and drawings depicting the Passion of Jesus.
    • Against the backdrop of the first century world, Judas is not the enemy of Matthew's Passion narrative; instead, he is one its heroes.
    • The celebrations of Holy Week in many cities and towns of Spain include floats with scenes of the Passion and Death of Christ, and likenesses of the Madonna.