Translation of concupiscent in Spanish:

concupiscent

concupiscente, adj.

Pronunciation: /kɑnˈkjupəsənt//kənˈkjuːpɪs(ə)nt/

adjective

  • 1formal

    concupiscente formal
    • Lapin continues, ‘The movie depicts the conspicuously Jewish parents as sexually obsessed, constantly concupiscent degenerates.’
    • We are equally appalled by this man's behavior, but let me emphasize that he is no grasping, concupiscent villain.
    • You can become concupiscent, like someone in a singles bar who knows that however unlikely success may seem, at least the desired object is not married and off the market.
    • So it was a terrible step when he took the church in the wrong direction, when he adopted the idea that we are all originally tainted by concupiscent sexuality.
    • Or perhaps she imagined the luscious, brown-skinned fruit as a fitting image for a concupiscent black protagonist's narrative.