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Significado de “ghost” - Diccionario Inglés

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ghostnoun

uk   /ɡəʊst/  us   /ɡoʊst/
  • ghost noun (SPIRIT)

B1 [C] the ​spirit of a ​deadperson, sometimes ​represented as a ​pale, ​almosttransparentimage of that ​person that some ​peoplebelieveappears 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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ghostnoun [C]

 us   /ɡoʊst/
the ​spirit of a ​deadpersonimagined as ​visiting the ​living and usually ​appearing as a ​pale, ​almosttransparentform: There are ​lots of ​stories about ghosts.
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Traducciones de “ghost”
en coreano 유령…
en árabe شَبَح…
in Malaysian hantu…
en francés fantôme…
en ruso привидение…
en chino (tradicionál) 鬼魂, 鬼,幽靈…
en italiano fantasma, spirito…
en turco hayalet…
en polaco duch…
en español fantasma…
in Vietnamese ma…
en portugués fantasma…
in Thai ผี…
en alemán der Geist…
en catalán fantasma…
en japonés 幽霊, 亡霊…
en chino (simplificado) 鬼魂, 鬼,幽灵…
in Indonesian hantu…
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