Definition of sex drive in English:

sex drive

noun

  • The urge to seek satisfaction of sexual needs.

    • ‘Many men have a major obsession with sex, so a sexually confident woman with a healthy sex drive is a big turn on for them.’
    • ‘It can especially improve the sex drive of menopausal women.’
    • ‘As you return to a more normal state of health, your sex drive should return.’
    • ‘The drug lowers the sex drive in males and reduces the frequency of mental imagery of sexually arousing scenes.’
    • ‘There are many women with a high sex drive who find willing partners without going in that direction.’
    • ‘The drugs might have something to do with his new sex drive, he thought.’
    • ‘Eating strawberries and raspberries can increase your sex drive, a nutritionist claimed today.’
    • ‘The surprising thing in the article was that the guy said he completely lost his sex drive.’
    • ‘However, there's nothing wrong with my sex drive, which is a shame, as I could do with being impotent for a while.’
    • ‘As the resentment continued to grow, my sex drive diminished even further.’
    • ‘Something has stalled your sex drive, and you need to find out what it is.’
    • ‘Your sex drive is strong and you desire instant gratification.’
    • ‘These would need to be supplemented by regular testosterone injections to keep up your sex drive.’
    • ‘It would be wrong to describe his sex drive as high; pathological comes closer.’
    • ‘Boys can become more aggressive and also develop a sex drive inappropriate for their age.’
    • ‘My confidence reappears, my body seems more familiar to me, my sex drive seems normal again.’
    • ‘The anxiety has since gone away, however I now find myself with a low sex drive.’
    • ‘Testosterone is what makes the sex drive in men and women more aggressive.’
    • ‘However, some women have a higher sex drive while pregnant.’
    • ‘In the body, it converts to testosterone, which women need to have a sex drive.’

Pronunciation:

sex drive

/ˈseks ˌdrīv/