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ghost

noun [C] (SPIRIT) 鬼魂     /ɡəʊst/ US  /ɡoʊst/
the spirit of a dead person, sometimes represented as a pale, almost transparent image of that person, which some people believe appears to people who are alive 鬼,幽靈 Do you believe in ghosts? 你相信有鬼嗎? The gardens are said to be haunted by the ghost of a child who drowned in the river. 據說一個溺死在河中的孩子的幽靈經常在這些花園出現。 Souls, spirits and ghosts
Translations of “ghost”
in Arabic شَبَح…
in Korean 유령…
in Malaysian hantu…
in French fantôme…
in Turkish hayalet…
in Italian fantasma, spirito…
in Russian привидение…
in Polish duch…
in Vietnamese ma…
in Spanish fantasma…
in Portuguese fantasma…
in Thai ผี…
in German der Geist…
in Catalan fantasma…
in Japanese 幽霊, 亡霊…
in Indonesian hantu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鬼魂, 鬼,幽灵…
(Definition of ghost noun (SPIRIT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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