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Translation of "spirit" - English-Spanish dictionary

spirit

noun /ˈspirit/
a principle or emotion which makes someone act espíritu The spirit of kindness seems to be lacking in the world nowadays. a person’s mind, will, personality etc thought of as distinct from the body, or as remaining alive eg as a ghost when the body dies espíritu Our great leader may be dead, but his spirit still lives on (also adjective) the spirit world Evil spirits have taken possession of him. liveliness; courage valor He acted with spirit. spirited adjective full of courage or liveliness animado, enérgico, vigoroso a spirited attack/description. spiritedly adverb con vigor spirits noun plural a person’s mood humor He’s in good/high/low spirits (= He’s happy / very cheerful / depressed) This news may raise his spirits. strong alcoholic drink, eg whisky, gin, vodka etc. licor spiritual /-tʃul/ adjective of one’s spirit or soul, or of one’s religious beliefs espiritual a spiritual leader. spiritually adverb espiritualmente spiritually enlightened. spirit level noun a tool consisting of a bar containing a glass tube of liquid, for testing whether a surface is level. nível de aire
(Definition of spirit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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