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  1. 1. a : a strong feeling of enthusiasm or excitement for something or about doing something. [count] Everyone could see the passion in his approach to the work. a controversy that has stirred passions in Congress. [noncount] Her performance is full of passion and originality.

  2. a passion for something. C1. an extreme interest in or wish for doing something, such as a hobby, activity, etc.: Anton has a consuming passion for science fiction. See more. passions [ plural ] very powerful feelings: Touch a man's property and his passions are immediately aroused. See more.

  3. strong sexual desire; lust. an instance or experience of strong love or sexual desire. a person toward whom one feels strong love or sexual desire. a strong or extravagant fondness, enthusiasm, or desire for anything: a passion for music. the object of such a fondness or desire: Accuracy became a passion with him.

  4. Passion is a strong emotion, usually related to love or anger. If on your first time out together your date falls on their knees and tells you they'd die for you — they're gripped by passion (or maybe just nuts).

  5. Check pronunciation: passion. Definition of passion noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms and more.

  6. Hace 4 días · Passion is a very strong feeling about something or a strong belief in something. He spoke with great passion. ...the passion and commitment of the Republican candidate. If you have a passion for something, you have a very strong interest in it and like it very much. His other great passion was Italy.

  7. traducir PASSION: pasión, la Pasión, pasión [feminine, singular], pasión [feminine, singular], pasión [feminine…. Más información en el diccionario inglés-español.

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