"pulsion" English translation

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"pulsion" in English

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{feminine}

1. general

Ce rapport identifie hommes et femmes aux animaux, incapables de dominer leurs pulsions sexuelles, lesquelles les conduisent inéluctablement au coït.
This report puts men and women on a par with animals, unable to control their sexual impulses, which drive them inexorably to copulation.

2. psychology

pulsion (also: instinct)
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drive {noun}
Ce rapport identifie hommes et femmes aux animaux, incapables de dominer leurs pulsions sexuelles, lesquelles les conduisent inéluctablement au coït.
This report puts men and women on a par with animals, unable to control their sexual impulses, which drive them inexorably to copulation.
pulsion (also: instinct)
source of the instinct
Le marché libanais est inondé de programmes qui ne sont pas de nature pédagogique et excitent les pulsions des enfants avant qu'ils ne soient matures.
The Lebanese market is drowning in programs that are not educational in nature and excite children instincts before they get mature.

3. medicine

pulsion
source of the instinct
Le marché libanais est inondé de programmes qui ne sont pas de nature pédagogique et excitent les pulsions des enfants avant qu'ils ne soient matures.
The Lebanese market is drowning in programs that are not educational in nature and excite children instincts before they get mature.

Synonyms (French) for "pulsion":

pulsion

Context sentences for "pulsion" in English

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FrenchPar " idée violente ", on entend toute pensée ou pulsion ou tout fantasme qui consiste à tuer ou à blesser d'autres personnes.
"Violent ideation" includes thoughts, urges, and fantasies about killing or causing harm to others.
FrenchTantôt, on a eu l'impression de faire face à ce qu'on appelle, dans le milieu criminel, la pulsion du voleur.
It seemed just now that we were dealing with what, in criminal circles, would be called a return to the scene of the crime.
FrenchLa mondialisation actuelle conforte, par sa logique d'uniformisation, cette pulsion de l'enfermement et de la crispation identitaire.
Through its encouragement of uniformity, present-day globalization further accentuates confinement and isolationism.
Frenchacheter par pulsion
FrenchEt les rabbins d'ajouter : la pulsion au meurtre advient lorsque les regards ne se croisent plus, lorsque l'humanité de l'autre n'est plus visible ou est niée.
And the rabbis added: the impulse to kill arises when eyes no longer meet, when the humanity of the other is no longer perceived or is denied.
FrenchCette identité ghetto s'est construite, dans la longue durée, par la double pulsion de l'opposition, la diabolisation de l'autre et l'exacerbation de cette identité.
This ghetto-identity, over the longer term, has thrived on the twin forces of opposition to and demonization of others and the heightening of that identity.
FrenchSon rapport est partial, rempli d'omissions suspectes et parcouru d'un bout à l'autre d'une pulsion de bienveillance inqualifiable, injustifiable à l'égard de la partie turque.
His report is biased, it is full of suspicious omissions and is governed throughout by a syndrome of unprincipled and unjustified goodwill towards Turkey.
FrenchAu fond, la question que je me pose, moi, y compris, là pour le coup, avec ma pulsion de militant, c'est celle se savoir quelles sont les conditions pour que cela marche.
The basic question I would like an answer to, and I am speaking as an all-round figure which includes my militant persona, is what are the conditions necessary for it to work.