Translation of libido in Spanish:

libido

Pronunciation: /ləˈbiːdəʊ; lɪˈbiːdəʊ/

n

  • [Psych] libido (f), líbido (f)
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    • The drive behind the artist's creative activity was unsatisfied libido manifesting itself in escapist phantasy.
    • Although this act demands the power of the libido and examines the border of life, it finds itself in the realm of death from the beginning.
    • Anyway, so Zeus is the keeper of libido - he controls where the energy gets directed.

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