Traducción de wanderlust en Español:


ansias de conocer mundo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈwɑndərˌləst//ˈwɒndəlʌst/


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    ansias de conocer mundo femenino
    • Smitten by wanderlust and lured by India, Mark Shand has travelled across much of the country.
    • Her disdain is getting personal, her subject matter less ephemeral, as she scolds rich Americans driven by wanderlust and entitlement.
    • We're leaving for Chicago in a few hours to attend a wedding, see family and curb a wee bit of this wanderlust that is gripping me now that I have regular work.
    • It tells how this young, middle class, newly qualified Argentinian doctor with wanderlust became a dedicated revolutionary whose name became synonymous with Cuba.
    • Even in postwar America, nostalgia and wanderlust kept tramp wannabes hopping boxcars.
    • The Notebooks bear witness to the specifics of her insatiable wanderlust.
    • His natural wanderlust is fueled by a vain search for lasting good health and he travels incessantly through Europe, the United States and the South Pacific.
    • Smith's love of her home and the affection of her family mean that her wanderlust never stops her returning to Lanarkshire.
    • One way I justify my wanderlust is by calling it a form of travel sickness.
    • This is a real trip around the world, into some unexpected nooks and crannies, and for new sounds to satisfy your wanderlust, you might have a hard time doing better.
    • The pleasure we derive from being with others, along with our wanderlust and desire to explore, sets the stage nicely for smallpox.
    • Soon after we separated, I heard about a class on how to teach English overseas and realized immediately that this could finance my wanderlust.
    • Her wanderlust took her only as far as a neighbouring street in Ashton. search news
    • The Zimmermen, with their quirky sartorial style, have a long history of hard work and old-fashioned values coupled with wanderlust.
    • My wanderlust had taken me on a circuitous route but, now I was ready to put down some roots and embark on new dreams, it had led me home.
    • The high seas harbour a host of job opportunities for those driven by wanderlust and the desire for a life away from the humdrum.
    • The open layout of the venue virtually encourages wanderlust, resulting in a fluctuation of numbers in each zone as curiosity led both cats and dogs from room to room.
    • As he pondered his new project, Mr. Zhang developed wanderlust.
    • Peyroux clearly yearns for those days - when everything revolved around music, and her wanderlust was regularly satisfied.
    • But these impressive feathers in Jim's adventuring cap have not cured him of wanderlust.