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Italian translation of “spirit”

spirit

noun
 
/ˈspɪr·ɪt/
[no plural] the way people think and feel about something
spirito
a spirit of optimism Everyone got into the spirit of the celebration (= they all celebrated).
the part of a person that is not his or her body, which some people believe continues to exist after death
spirito
in good, high, low, etc. spirits feeling good, excited, unhappy, etc.
di buono/cattivo umore, su/giù di corda
The whole class was in good spirits that day.
spirits [plural] strong alcoholic drinks, such as whisky
liquori, superalcolici
I don’t drink spirits.
(Definition of spirit from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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