Definición de libido en inglés:

libido

Saltos de línea: li¦bido
Pronunciación: /lɪˈbiːdəʊ
 
, lɪˈbʌɪdəʊ
 
/

sustantivo (plural libidos)

[mass noun]

Derivativos

libidinal

Pronunciación: /lɪˈbɪdɪn(ə)l/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Thus critics tended to overlook the fact that postmodern photography was more expensively produced and packaged than any previously existing manifestation of the medium and also that much of it had a tremendous libidinal charge.
  • However repellant to moral convention, Freud always insisted that infantile sexuality was key to the whole theory, oral gratification the original libidinal experience underlying all later forms of sexual interaction.
  • The wedding crashers recognise that although libidinal energies come to be the motor-cause of celebration, it is love, real or imagined, that is the quasi-cause of weddings.

libidinally

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We might well imagine that a civilized community could consist of pairs of individuals, libidinally satisfied in each other.
  • These stones are usually extracted from the body of a sick person, but, libidinally charged in the dreams, they represent the male phallus in both its life-giving and life-destroying capacity.
  • Eros, the instinct of life to be libidinally bound to another, is in direct contrast to the death instinct, manifested by our destructiveness and aggressive hostility ‘against all and of all against each’.

Origen

early 20th century: from Latin, literally 'desire, lust'.

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