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Translation of "inspire" - English-Turkish dictionary

inspire

verb [T]
 
 
/ɪnˈspaɪər/
ENCOURAGE B2 to make someone feel that they want to do something and can do it
teşvik etmek, duygu aşılamak, isteklendirmek
[+ to do sth] A drama teacher at school had inspired Sam to become an actor.Inspiration and inspiring
FEELING B2 to make someone have a particular feeling or reaction
uyandırmak, neden olmak, telkin etmek
Robson's first task will be to inspire his team with some confidence. He inspires great loyalty in his staff.Feelings - general wordsAffecting and influencing
PROVIDE IDEA B2 to give someone an idea for a book, play, painting, etc
esinlemek, ilham vermek
[often passive] a television drama that was inspired by a true storyInspiration and inspiring
inspiring adjective giving you new ideas and making you feel you want to do something
ilham veren, şevklendiren, heyecanlandırıcı, teşvik edici
an inspiring teacher an inspiring bookInspiration and inspiring
(Definition of inspire from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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