- 1Strong and barely controllable emotion: a man of impetuous passionMás ejemplos en oraciones
- But I think Kate got her passion, her strong feelings from approval of what here mother was doing.
- In addition to education in specific areas of interest, one should also have a strong innate passion and interest for the profession.
- Within the context of modernity, the autonomous artist, as a creative being, explores varying moods, passion, sentiments and emotions.
- 1.1A state or outburst of strong emotion: oratory in which he gradually works himself up into a passionMás ejemplos en oraciones
(blind) rage, fit of anger/temper, temper, towering rage, tantrum, fury, frenzy
- I stood still at the window, taken aback by the passion of the outburst as much as the completely unexpected words.
- Although not a football fan himself, 44-year-old Len said working on the book gave him a unique insight to the passion and emotions of the game.
- With real-life college football starting up recently, I literally get goose bumps listening to the passion and emotion of the crowds.
- 1.2Intense sexual love: their all-consuming passion for each other she nurses a passion for ThomasMás ejemplos en oraciones
- One or both of you begins to feel suffocated, and the intense vulnerability of sexual passion that was so easy in the early days becomes impossible.
- Quite the contrary - friendship, love, and sexual passion can all take many forms, and they are likely to be expressed in strong ways in any imaginable society.
- Erotic love and sexual passion are not things that simply happen to people; you can learn to create them over your lifetime with the same lover.
- 1.3An intense desire or enthusiasm for something: the English have a passion for gardensMás ejemplos en oraciones
- But he came with a wealth of knowledge, an abundance of enthusiasm and a passion for the club where his career had kicked off 30 years earlier.
- Two galleries who partnered with auto dealers found that luxury car enthusiasts also have a passion for art
- I have the greatest of admiration for people who have a passion for politics.
- 1.4A thing arousing enthusiasm: modern furniture is a particular passion of Bill’sMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Natural history and sailing were among his passions, and his enthusiasms were enhanced by his travels.
- They built the pub not on a template drawn-up by a committee of marketing men, but around their own enthusiasms and passions.
- In today's world, obsessions become possessions and passions become fashions.
- 2 (the Passion) The suffering and death of Jesus: meditations on the Passion of ChristMás ejemplos en oraciones
- He laments the fact that the U.S. bishops have not explicitly condemned the film even though it appears to violate their own norms for presentations of the Passion of Jesus.
- Burton is clearly not happy with the way those afflicted assimilated their suffering to the Passion of Christ, thus giving it personal meaning.
- She has painted a series of larger than life-sized paintings and drawings depicting the Passion of Jesus.
- 2.1A narrative of the Passion from any of the Gospels.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- There is no single Gospel story of the Passion; there are subtle differences among the four accounts.
- But soon enough we hear the Passion narrative as told by St. Luke, and the atmosphere changes.
- But we move from the procession to the long narrative for the day, the full Passion from Matthew.
- 2.2A musical setting of any of the narratives of the Passion: an aria from Bach’s St. Matthew PassionMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Mayr's reflective settings of The Passion and Stabat Mater can also be found on Guild GMCD 7251-2.
- It was a Hamburg senator that published his Passion oratorio libretto in 1712.
- When performed as Bach clearly intended and obviously felt, the Passion induces the most profound emotions that music can give.
Middle English: from Old French, from late Latin passio(n-) (chiefly a term in Christian theology), from Latin pati 'suffer'.