Translation of hedonism in Spanish:

hedonism

hedonismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhidəˌnɪzəm//ˈhiːd(ə)nɪz(ə)m//ˈhɛdənˌɪzəm//ˈhɛːd(ə)nɪz(ə)m/

noun

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    hedonismo masculine
    • Eventually we all fell asleep on the couch but I, fearing some moment of excessive hedonism, swiftly made an exit.
    • To me, hedonism and decadence are completely opposed.
    • And predictably, there have been warnings that the new hedonism itself might be a touch too hedonistic, posing a potential risk to people's health and wellbeing.
    • Traditional songs about love of God, nation, and family are now being pushed to the wayside in the world of country, as new tunes championing hedonism take center stage.
    • It's a glimpse into the golden age of kings, a lost world of luxury, political scheming, extravagance and hedonism.
    • Let's remember her romance, her image, her hedonism, her families.
    • The club sold its soul to the devil of capitalism, and whilst the short term gains were success, admiration, a growing international fan base and kudos, that avenue of hedonism has finally delivered the bill.
    • It is a novel about tension between duty and responsibility on the one hand and hedonism and indulgence on the other.
    • The whole point of a sports car is hedonism, the selfish pursuit of pleasure.
    • In the Town Square, shops have been replaced by cafes and restaurants and the last vestiges of mall functionality have been eradicated completely in favor of lifestyle hedonism.
    • There is a critique of hedonism, or the pursuit of pleasure.
    • Other people might get that hedonism via a drunken night out (indeed, I've been known to do this on one or two occasions), watching a movie, sport, whatever.
    • How to deal with grave damage while still keeping going economies whose buoyancy is so related to confidence, morale and a degree of hedonism is an even more difficult question.
    • To give in to the idea of being drunk as defining your excitement as a human being would be to cut against the grain of what I believed about social hedonism in the first place - that it was not about running away, but engaging.
    • Surely their fate carries with it lurid tales of hedonism and excessive violence?
    • It's not so much that I've quietened down, as that I've channelled my energies into things that are more productive than out-and-out hedonism.
    • He represents bored self-indulgence and hedonism.
    • Their faith, that ‘life is hard and success doesn't come easy ’, is undermined by Joe's evangelism of an earthly paradise of wealth and hedonism.
    • We have entered an age of trashy, casual hedonism in which mild decadence is all the rage.
    • To her it was a ‘wonderful’ time that allowed the full talents of creative young people to flower, and claims of hedonism are a gross exaggeration.