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Detailed Translations for ravishment from English to Spanish

ravishment:

ravishment [the ~] noun

  1. the ravishment (enthusiasm; effusiveness; exuberance; rapture)
    el fervor; el entusiasmo; el apasionamiento
  2. the ravishment (exuberance; enthusiasm; delight; )
    el alborozo; el entusiasmo; la euforia; la efusión

Translation Matrix for ravishment:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
alborozo delight; ecstasy; effusiveness; enthusiasm; exuberance; high spirits; rapture; ravishment amusement; carousing; cheerfulness; decency; diversion; entertainment; folly; fun; high jinks; hilarity; joking; joy; joyfulness; lunacy; madness; merriment; mirth; neatness; nonsense; orderliness; pleasure; revelry; roistering; silliness; tidiness
apasionamiento effusiveness; enthusiasm; exuberance; rapture; ravishment daintiness; drive; gentleness; impulse; instinct; lovingness; tenderness; urge; warm heartedness
efusión delight; ecstasy; effusiveness; enthusiasm; exuberance; high spirits; rapture; ravishment amicableness; friendliness
entusiasmo delight; ecstasy; effusiveness; enthusiasm; exuberance; high spirits; rapture; ravishment ardor; ardour; assiduity; diligence; diligentness; drive; ecstasy; efficacy; energy; enthusiasm; exaltation; excitement; fascination; fervor; fervour; gin; gusto; impetus; industriousness; industry; inspiration; interest; jenever; momentum; rapture; soul; spirit; spunk; strength; strongness; thoroughness; vigor; vigour; zeal; zest; élan
euforia delight; ecstasy; effusiveness; enthusiasm; exuberance; high spirits; rapture; ravishment brightfulness; carousing; cheerfulness; complacency; fun; good spirits; happiness; joy; joyfulness; lightheartedness; merriment; mirth; pleasure; revelry; roistering; satisfaction
fervor effusiveness; enthusiasm; exuberance; rapture; ravishment ardor; ardour; cattle trail; craze; desire; drive; dry rot; energy; fervor; fervour; fierceness; frenzy; gin; impetus; impulse; instinct; intensity; jenever; lust; momentum; passion; rankness; sexual desire; soul; spirit; spunk; strength; thoroughness; urge; vehemence; violence
- assault; entrancement; rape; violation

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Related Definitions for "ravishment":

  1. the crime of forcing a woman to submit to sexual intercourse against her will1
  2. a feeling of delight at being filled with wonder and enchantment1

ravish:

Conjugations for ravish:

present
  1. ravish
  2. ravish
  3. ravishs
  4. ravish
  5. ravish
  6. ravish
simple past
  1. ravished
  2. ravished
  3. ravished
  4. ravished
  5. ravished
  6. ravished
present perfect
  1. have ravished
  2. have ravished
  3. has ravished
  4. have ravished
  5. have ravished
  6. have ravished
past continuous
  1. was ravishing
  2. were ravishing
  3. was ravishing
  4. were ravishing
  5. were ravishing
  6. were ravishing
future
  1. shall ravish
  2. will ravish
  3. will ravish
  4. shall ravish
  5. will ravish
  6. will ravish
continuous present
  1. am ravishing
  2. are ravishing
  3. is ravishing
  4. are ravishing
  5. are ravishing
  6. are ravishing
subjunctive
  1. be ravished
  2. be ravished
  3. be ravished
  4. be ravished
  5. be ravished
  6. be ravished
diverse
  1. ravish!
  2. let's ravish!
  3. ravished
  4. ravishing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for ravish:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
atacar affecting; assault; attack; attacking; defamation; impairing; imputation; injuring
fascinar alluring; attracting; charming; inviting; tempting
violar assault; criminal assault; violating
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
alegrar brighten; charm; cheer; delight; enchant; fascinate; gladden; make happy; ravish brighten up; cheer up; comfort; gladden; make glad; please
atacar dishonor; dishonour; rape; ravish; violate assault; attack; besiege; challenge; close; contest; desecrate; dispute; draw; force; lay violent hands upon; question; raid; shut; storm; strike; use force; violate
cautivado bewitch; cast a spell on; put a spell on; ravish
complacer brighten; charm; cheer; delight; enchant; fascinate; gladden; make happy; ravish allow; appease; please; provide gratification; satisfy; suffice
dar gusto brighten; charm; cheer; delight; enchant; fascinate; gladden; make happy; ravish enjoy; love; make someone glad; make someone happy; oblige someone with; please; pleasures; suit
deshonrar dishonor; dishonour; rape; ravish; violate defile; desecrate
embrujar bewitch; cast a spell on; put a spell on; ravish
encantar bewitch; cast a spell on; put a spell on; ravish allure; charm; delight; enchant; fascinate; seduce; tempt
fascinar bewitch; cast a spell on; put a spell on; ravish allure; captivate; catch; charm; delight; enchant; enthral; enthrall; fascinate; intrigue; obsess; seize; snatch; sneak up on; take unaware; tattle; twig
forzar dishonor; dishonour; rape; ravish; violate assault; break open; coerce; compel; crack; decode; enforce; force; force open; kick open; oblige; oblige to; overburden; overload; tear open; use force
hechizar bewitch; cast a spell on; put a spell on; ravish
violar dishonor; dishonour; rape; ravish; violate abuse; assault; assault someone; break in; defile; desecrate; misuse; rape; use force; violate
- assault; delight; dishonor; dishonour; enchant; enrapture; enthral; enthrall; outrage; rape; transport; violate
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
encantar entrance
- enrapture

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Synonyms for "ravish":


Antonyms for "ravish":

  • disenchant

Related Definitions for "ravish":

  1. hold spellbound1
  2. force (someone) to have sex against their will1

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Cross Translation:
FromToVia
ravish embelesar; encantar; fascinar; robar; pillar ravirenlever de force, emporter avec violence.