прилагательное плотский, чувственный, сексуальный Синоним(ы): physical
adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French or Late Latin; Anglo-French carnel, charnel, from Late Latin carnalis, from Latin carn-, caro flesh; akin to Greek keirein to cut — more at shear 1. a. relating to or given to crude bodily pleasures and appetites b. marked by sexuality Example: carnal love 2. bodily, corporeal Example: seen with carnal eyes 3. a. temporal Example: carnal weapons b. worldly Example: a carnal mind • carnality noun • carnally adverb Synonyms: carnal, fleshly, sensual, animal mean having a relation to the body. carnal may mean only this but more often connotes derogatorily an action or manifestation of a person's lower nature Example: a slave to carnal desires. fleshly is less derogatory than carnal Example: a saint who had experienced fleshly temptations. sensual may apply to any gratification of a bodily desire or pleasure but commonly implies sexual appetite with absence of the spiritual or intellectual Example: fleshpots providing sensual delights. animal stresses the physical as distinguished from the rational nature of a person Example: led a mindless animal existence.