@LTer 'thrill-seekers'/'thrill seekers' basically describes people who enjoy (and feel excited about performing) risky or dangerous activities.
A 'pleasure-seeker'/'pleasure seeker' is similar. It refers to someone who constantly wants to engage in activities for pleasure or enjoyment. However, it does not need to be activities that are risky or dangerous. It simply refers to someone who is primarily motivated by sensual pleasure and the term is synonymous with 'hedonist'.
A person who always likes to travel around the world to go on different adventures is an example of a pleasure-seeker.
In certain contexts, pleasure-seeker may refer to someone who likes to live a self-indulgent luxurious lifestyle or a lifestyle that involves lots of sexual activity.
@pythonpoole entonces seek out es como buscar, tratar de localizar, o salir a buscar a alguien que tiene requisitos o profesion quien me pueda ayudar verdaderamente con algún problema? O también puede ser alguien que si sepa algo aunque no tenga una profesión pero que sepa de la rama o algo ?
@LTer Si eso es correcto... buscar alguien en específico que sepa algo o que pueda hacer algo o le gusta algo o tiene ciertas características. También puedes "seek out" algo (una cosa).
Examples: • "We have been seeking out locations to film the movie" • "We are seeking out individuals who are friendly and outgoing" • "We are seeking out someone who has professional work experience" • "I need to seek out a personal trainer to help me get back into shape" • "We would like to seek out new opportunities for creating business partnerships" • "I am seeking out someone who enjoys reading books and going on long walks"