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ghostnoun

uk   /ɡəʊst/  us   /ɡoʊst/

ghost noun (SPIRIT)

B1 [C] the spirit of a dead person, sometimes represented as a pale, almost transparent image of that person, which some people believe appears to people who are alive: Do you believe in ghosts? The gardens are said to be haunted by the ghost of a child who drowned in the river.
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ghost noun (MEMORY)

[S] literary a memory, usually of something or someone bad: The ghost of the old dictator still lingers on.
Traducciones de “ghost”
en árabe شَبَح…
en coreano 유령…
in Malaysian hantu…
en francés fantôme…
en turco hayalet…
en italiano fantasma, spirito…
en chino (tradicionál) 鬼魂, 鬼,幽靈…
en ruso привидение…
en polaco duch…
in Vietnamese ma…
en español fantasma…
en portugués fantasma…
in Thai ผี…
en alemán der Geist…
en catalán fantasma…
en japonés 幽霊, 亡霊…
in Indonesian hantu…
en chino (simplificado) 鬼魂, 鬼,幽灵…
(Definition of ghost from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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