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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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