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inspiration

noun     /ˌɪnspərˈeɪʃən/
GIVES IDEAS [C, U]
B2 someone or something that gives you ideas for doing something: Africa has long been a source of inspiration for his painting.Inspiration and inspiring
GOOD IDEA [C]
a sudden good idea about what you should doInspiration and inspiring
be an inspiration to sb
to be so good that someone else admires you and is encouraged by your behaviour: The way she has dealt with her illness is an inspiration to us all.Inspiration and inspiring
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