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Detailed Translations for sensual from English to German


Translation Matrix for sensual:

AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- animal; carnal; fleshly; sultry
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
brünstig erotic; erotical; sensual; titillating at rut; excited; exciting; fiery; heated; horny; hot; hot-headed; hot-tempered; in heat; in season; lascivious; on heat; randy; rutting; ruttish
frivol erotic; erotical; sensual; titillating amoral; bald; cunning; flighty; flippant; frivolous; gay; icy; immoral; improper; impudent; inappropriate; indecent; indelicat; lack of moral; light-hearted; obscene; out of place; rude; scabrous; shallow; shameless; sleek; slippery; slithery; smooth; smoothly; tactless; uncalled for; unseemly; unsuitable
lüstern erotic; erotical; sensual; titillating avid; cocky; desirous; eager; eager for; eagre; excited; exciting; heated; horny; hot; keen; keen on; lascivious; longing for; quarrelsome; randy; snappish; waspish
schwül erotic; erotical; sensual; titillating dawdling; dragging; drooping; inactive; indolent; inert; languid; lazy; limp; lingering; listless; passive; shuffling; slow; slow of understanding; sluggish; sweltering; tardy
sensuell lascivious; sense; senses stimulating; sensory; sensual
sinnlich erotic; erotical; lascivious; sense; senses stimulating; sensory; sensual; titillating carnal; erotic; fleshly; sense; sensorial; sensory

Related Words for "sensual":

  • sensually

Synonyms for "sensual":

Related Definitions for "sensual":

  1. sexually exciting or gratifying1
    • sensual excesses1
  2. marked by the appetites and passions of the body1
    • a sensual delight in eating1
    • music is the only sensual pleasure without vice1

Wiktionary Translations for sensual:

  1. inducing pleasurable or erotic sensations
  1. mit den Sinnen, auf die Sinne bezogen
  2. sinnlich, erotisch

Cross Translation:
sensual sensuell sensueel — gesteld op zinnelijk genot
sensual geil sensuel — Qui est relatif aux sens, à la sensation, considéré sous son aspect subjectif.