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1. Spirited vigor: "With stronger muscles, you'll have more oomph for cardio activities" (Suzanne Schlosberg).
2. Physical or sexual attractiveness.
[Expressive of exertion.]
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1. enthusiasm, vigour, or energy
2. sex appeal
[C20: perhaps imitative of the bellow of a mating bull]
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1. energy; vitality; enthusiasm.
2. sex appeal.
[1935–40, Amer.; imitative of the sound made during exertion]
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|Noun||1.||oomph - attractiveness to the opposite sex|
attractiveness - sexual allure
sultriness - the quality of expressing or arousing sexual desire; "the sultriness of her look was unmistakable"; "the sultriness of lust was in the air"
|2.||oomph - the activeness of an energetic personality|
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oomph[ʊmf] N → brío m, marcha f
it will put the oomph back into your sex life → dará nuevos bríos a su vida sexual
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oomph[ʊmf] n (fam) → verve f inv
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