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  • 1 anhelar

    v.
    1 to long or wish for.
    anhelar hacer algo to long to do something
    2 to desire, to aspire after, to be sick for, to crave after.
    3 to yearn to, to desire to, to long to, to look forward to.
    4 to pine, to languish.
    * * *
    1 to long for, yearn for
    * * *
    verb
    to long for, yearn for
    * * *
    1.
    VT to long for, yearn for

    anhelar hacer algo — to be eager to do sth, long to do sth

    2.
    VI (Med) to gasp, pant
    * * *
    verbo transitivo (liter) <fama/poder> to yearn for, to long for

    anhelar + inf — to long to + inf, yearn to + inf

    * * *
    = itch for, long (for), crave, be more than ready for, gag for, covet, pine, lust (for/after/over), yearn, crave for.
    Ex. It seems like he's itching for a change but doesn't know exactly the direction or directions to pursue in order to accomplish the change.
    Ex. After you have chosen a story you long to tell, read it over and over and then analyse it.
    Ex. Mayo maintained that workers are motivated by 'togetherness' and crave individual recognition within the group = Mayo mantenía que los trabajadores se motivan por la solidaridad y anhelan el reconocimiento individual dentro del grupo.
    Ex. By the time the first Italian parliament was formed in 1861, Italy was more than ready for political union.
    Ex. Ireland is gagging for affordable broadband, according to a survey of 1400 net users.
    Ex. He coveted his brother's power and so started to spin a conspiracy in order to assassinate him and take his place both on the throne and on the wedding thalamus.
    Ex. The 2.1 km trail is perfect for working up a thirst - just long enough to make you feel like you got a bit of exercise, but short enough that you aren't pining for very long.
    Ex. These two women were Samaria and Jerusalem, lusting after foreigners and foreign ways, and abandoning their god for shallow and ephemeral pleasures.
    Ex. Since time immemorial, people have yearned for an immediate way to capture living moments in a picture.
    Ex. With all of the things that make up our daily grind, we often find ourselves craving for the next getaway, for the next relaxation period.
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    * anhelar ser = ache to be.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo (liter) <fama/poder> to yearn for, to long for

    anhelar + inf — to long to + inf, yearn to + inf

    * * *
    = itch for, long (for), crave, be more than ready for, gag for, covet, pine, lust (for/after/over), yearn, crave for.

    Ex: It seems like he's itching for a change but doesn't know exactly the direction or directions to pursue in order to accomplish the change.

    Ex: After you have chosen a story you long to tell, read it over and over and then analyse it.
    Ex: Mayo maintained that workers are motivated by 'togetherness' and crave individual recognition within the group = Mayo mantenía que los trabajadores se motivan por la solidaridad y anhelan el reconocimiento individual dentro del grupo.
    Ex: By the time the first Italian parliament was formed in 1861, Italy was more than ready for political union.
    Ex: Ireland is gagging for affordable broadband, according to a survey of 1400 net users.
    Ex: He coveted his brother's power and so started to spin a conspiracy in order to assassinate him and take his place both on the throne and on the wedding thalamus.
    Ex: The 2.1 km trail is perfect for working up a thirst - just long enough to make you feel like you got a bit of exercise, but short enough that you aren't pining for very long.
    Ex: These two women were Samaria and Jerusalem, lusting after foreigners and foreign ways, and abandoning their god for shallow and ephemeral pleasures.
    Ex: Since time immemorial, people have yearned for an immediate way to capture living moments in a picture.
    Ex: With all of the things that make up our daily grind, we often find ourselves craving for the next getaway, for the next relaxation period.
    * anhelar ser = ache to be.

    * * *
    anhelar [A1 ]
    vt
    ( liter); ‹fama/gloria/poder› to yearn for, to long for anhelar + INF to long to + INF, yearn to + INF
    anhelaba llevar una vida tranquila she longed o yearned to lead a peaceful life
    anhelar QUE + SUBJ:
    anhelaba que su hijo fuera feliz his deepest desire o greatest wish was for his son to be happy
    * * *

    anhelar ( conjugate anhelar) verbo transitivo (liter) ‹fama/poder to yearn for, to long for;

    anhelaba que su hijo fuera feliz his greatest wish was for his son to be happy
    anhelar verbo transitivo to yearn for, to long for

    ' anhelar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desear
    - suspirar
    English:
    hanker
    - itch
    - long
    - yearn
    * * *
    to long for;
    un político que anhela poder a politician who is hungry for power;
    anhela tener su propia casa she longs to have a house of her own;
    anhelan que acabe la guerra they are longing for the war to end
    * * *
    v/t long for
    * * *
    : to yearn for, to crave

    Spanish-English dictionary > anhelar

  • 2 codiciado

    adj.
    widely desired; much in demand; sought-after, coveted.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: codiciar.
    * * *
    1→ link=codiciar codiciar
    1 coveted, much desired
    * * *
    ADJ [medalla, trofeo] coveted; [zona, casa] sought-after
    * * *
    - da adjetivo coveted
    * * *
    = sought after [sought-after], coveted.
    Ex. This article argues that critical thinking, a long sought after goal in the US educational system, may be taught efficiently through the agency of library use instructions within the college environment.
    Ex. Four factors enable such cooperation: common needs; possession of resources coveted by the other institution; a clear delineation of responsibilities; and demonstrated goodwill.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo coveted
    * * *
    = sought after [sought-after], coveted.

    Ex: This article argues that critical thinking, a long sought after goal in the US educational system, may be taught efficiently through the agency of library use instructions within the college environment.

    Ex: Four factors enable such cooperation: common needs; possession of resources coveted by the other institution; a clear delineation of responsibilities; and demonstrated goodwill.

    * * *
    coveted

    Spanish-English dictionary > codiciado

  • 3 codiciar

    v.
    1 to covet.
    2 to covet to, to ambition to.
    * * *
    1 to covet, desire, crave for
    * * *
    VT [+ dinero, bienes] to desire; [+ lo ajeno] to covet
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to covet
    * * *
    = covet, lust (for/after/over).
    Ex. He coveted his brother's power and so started to spin a conspiracy in order to assassinate him and take his place both on the throne and on the wedding thalamus.
    Ex. These two women were Samaria and Jerusalem, lusting after foreigners and foreign ways, and abandoning their god for shallow and ephemeral pleasures.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to covet
    * * *
    = covet, lust (for/after/over).

    Ex: He coveted his brother's power and so started to spin a conspiracy in order to assassinate him and take his place both on the throne and on the wedding thalamus.

    Ex: These two women were Samaria and Jerusalem, lusting after foreigners and foreign ways, and abandoning their god for shallow and ephemeral pleasures.

    * * *
    codiciar [A1 ]
    vt
    ‹riquezas/poder› to covet, lust after; ‹bienes ajenos› to covet
    * * *

    codiciar ( conjugate codiciar) verbo transitivo
    to covet
    codiciar verbo transitivo to covet
    ' codiciar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    covet
    - eager
    - lust
    * * *
    to covet
    * * *
    v/t covet
    * * *
    : to covet

    Spanish-English dictionary > codiciar

  • 4 deseado

    1→ link=desear desear
    1 desired
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=anhelado) sought-after, coveted
    2) [embarazo] planned

    un embarazo no deseadoan unwanted o unplanned pregnancy

    * * *
    = desirable, intended, wishful, coveted, longed-for, desired.
    Ex. It is desirable that they be treated as parts of a single serials record, since this will provide a 'one-stop' file containing all the relevant data, and will produce a file with a number of funtions.
    Ex. In all 20 per cent of visitors went out of the bookshop with a book they had intended to buy, 15 per cent went out with a book they had not intended to buy and 67 went out with both intended and unintended purchases.
    Ex. To the extent that special librarians can recognise what burnout is and how, when, and where it occurs, they will be better prepared to resist the ineffectual, wishful remedies that are sometimes practised.
    Ex. Four factors enable such cooperation: common needs; possession of resources coveted by the other institution; a clear delineation of responsibilities; and demonstrated goodwill.
    Ex. They have literally faded now, at last, into the much longed-for invisibility background of daily life.
    Ex. Arguably, before one tries to understand what current action would be optimal, one should decide on the desired eventual outcome.
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    * no deseado = unwanted, uninvited.
    * * *
    = desirable, intended, wishful, coveted, longed-for, desired.

    Ex: It is desirable that they be treated as parts of a single serials record, since this will provide a 'one-stop' file containing all the relevant data, and will produce a file with a number of funtions.

    Ex: In all 20 per cent of visitors went out of the bookshop with a book they had intended to buy, 15 per cent went out with a book they had not intended to buy and 67 went out with both intended and unintended purchases.
    Ex: To the extent that special librarians can recognise what burnout is and how, when, and where it occurs, they will be better prepared to resist the ineffectual, wishful remedies that are sometimes practised.
    Ex: Four factors enable such cooperation: common needs; possession of resources coveted by the other institution; a clear delineation of responsibilities; and demonstrated goodwill.
    Ex: They have literally faded now, at last, into the much longed-for invisibility background of daily life.
    Ex: Arguably, before one tries to understand what current action would be optimal, one should decide on the desired eventual outcome.
    * no deseado = unwanted, uninvited.

    * * *
    deseado, -a adj
    1. [ansiado] desired;
    la tan deseada primera cita the longed-for first date
    2. [embarazo] planned;
    [hijo] wanted;
    un embarazo no deseado an unwanted pregnancy
    * * *
    adj desired;
    niño deseado wanted child;
    no deseado unwanted

    Spanish-English dictionary > deseado

  • 5 muy solicitado

    adj.
    much-requested, at a premium, sought-after, coveted.
    * * *
    Ex. He has participated extensively in local, regional, and national library organizations and has been in great demand as a public speaker and consultant on library service.
    * * *

    Ex: He has participated extensively in local, regional, and national library organizations and has been in great demand as a public speaker and consultant on library service.

    Spanish-English dictionary > muy solicitado

  • 6 tramar una conspiración

    (v.) = hatch + plot, spin + conspiracy
    Ex. A number of Antiquaries feared that it was all a plot hatched by 'a few designing members' to line their own pockets.
    Ex. He coveted his brother's power and so started to spin a conspiracy in order to assassinate him and take his place both on the throne and on the wedding thalamus.
    * * *
    (v.) = hatch + plot, spin + conspiracy

    Ex: A number of Antiquaries feared that it was all a plot hatched by 'a few designing members' to line their own pockets.

    Ex: He coveted his brother's power and so started to spin a conspiracy in order to assassinate him and take his place both on the throne and on the wedding thalamus.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tramar una conspiración

  • 7 tálamo nupcial

    (n.) = wedding thalamus, nuptial thalamus
    Ex. He coveted his brother's power and so started to spin a conspiracy in order to assassinate him and take his place both on the throne and on the wedding thalamus.
    Ex. Zeus invites the birds to follow him to Olympus, where lies his nuptial thalamus, and begs Regina to dance with him.
    * * *
    (n.) = wedding thalamus, nuptial thalamus

    Ex: He coveted his brother's power and so started to spin a conspiracy in order to assassinate him and take his place both on the throne and on the wedding thalamus.

    Ex: Zeus invites the birds to follow him to Olympus, where lies his nuptial thalamus, and begs Regina to dance with him.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tálamo nupcial

  • 8 codiciado

    • coveted
    • desired
    • much better
    • much earlier
    • sought-after

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > codiciado

  • 9 muy solicitado

    • at a premium
    • coveted
    • sought-after

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > muy solicitado

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