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Translation of "inspire" - English-Spanish dictionary

inspire

verb   /ɪnˈspaɪər/ ( present participle inspiring, past tense and past participle inspired)
to make someone feel that they want to do something inspirar A teacher had inspired Sam to become an actor.
to give someone an idea for a book, play, painting, etc. inspirar This television drama was inspired by a true story.
to make someone have a particular feeling or reaction infundir He inspires great loyalty in his staff.
inspiring adjective /ɪnˈspaɪə·rɪŋ/
giving you new ideas and making you feel you want to do something inspirador an inspiring book
(Definition of inspire from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

inspire

verb /inˈspaiə/
to encourage by filling with eg confidence, enthusiasm etc animar, estimular The players were inspired by the loyalty of their supporters and played better football than ever before.
to be the origin or source of a poetic or artistic idea inspirar An incident in his childhood inspired the poem.
inspiration /inspəˈreiʃən/ noun
inspiración His trip to Italy was the inspiration for this poem.
inspired /inˈspaiəd/ adjective
having very special qualities or abilities inspirado The team produced an inspired performance in the cup final.
started for reasons of a particular type inspirado politically inspired protests
(Definition of inspire from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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