Translation of "muse" - English-Spanish dictionary

muse

verb uk /mjuːz/ us formal

to think about something carefully and for a long time

cavilar, reflexionar
I began to muse about/on the possibility of starting my own business.
noun uk /mjuːz/ us literary

an imaginary being, person, or force that gives someone ideas and helps them to write, paint, or make music

musa
The muse has left me – I haven’t written any poetry for months!
Juliet was not only the painter’s best model but also his muse.

Muse

noun uk /mjuːz/ us literary

in ancient Greek and Roman stories, one of the nine goddesses who were believed to give encouragement in different areas of literature, art, and music

Musa

(Translation of “muse” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

muse

verb /mjuːz/

to think about a matter usually without serious concentration

reflexionar, meditar
I mused on whether or not to take a walk thorugh the park.

(Translation of “muse” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)