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Определение “spirit” в словаре английского

Определение "spirit" в словаре английского

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uk   us   /ˈspɪr.ɪt/

spirit noun (WAY OF FEELING)

B2 [S or U] a ​particular way of ​thinking, ​feeling, or ​behaving, ​especially a way that is ​typical of a ​particulargroup of ​people, an ​activity, a ​time, or a ​place: The ​players have a very ​strong team spirit (= ​loyalty to each other). As ​rockmusicians in the 1960s, they were very much ​part of the spirit of the ​age/​times. We ​acted in a spirit ofcooperation.spirits B2 [plural] the way a ​person is ​feeling: I've been in high/​low spirits (= ​feelinghappy/​sad)lately. Her spirits lifted/​rose (= she ​felthappier) as she ​read the ​letter. The ​negativereply dashed his spirits (= made him ​unhappy).the spirit of a law, rule, etc. the ​principle that a ​law, ​rule, etc. was ​created to make ​stronger, ​rather than the ​particular things it says you must or must not do: They ​followed neither the spirit ​nor the ​letter of the ​law.enter/get into the spirit to show ​enthusiasm and ​enjoyment: They went to the ​tennisclub a few ​times but never really got into the spirit of it.that's the spirit used to ​approve or ​encourage someone's ​positive attitude (= way of ​thinking) or ​action: "Come on, we can ​win this ​game." "That's the spirit."
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spirit noun (NOT BODY)

C1 [U] the ​characteristics of a ​person that are ​considered as being ​separate from the ​body, and that many ​religionsbelievecontinue to ​exist after the ​bodydies: Although he's now ​living in ​America, I ​feel he's with me in spirit (= I ​feel he is ​present and is ​influencing me, in a way that is not ​physical).B2 [C] the ​form of a ​deadperson, ​similar to a ghost, or the ​feeling that a ​deadperson is ​presentalthough you cannot ​see them: an ​evil spirit The spirits of long-dead ​warriorsseemed to ​haunt the ​area.
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spirit noun (ENTHUSIASM)

[U] approving enthusiasm, ​energy, or ​courage: The ​orchestraperformed The Rite of Spring withgreat spirit. The ​torturefailed to break the prisoner's spirit.

spirit noun (ALCOHOL)

C1 [C or U] a ​strongalcoholicdrink: Vodka is a ​type of spirit. Spirits are more ​expensive than ​beer, but they get you ​drunkfaster. [U] Some ​types of spirit are ​alcoholicliquids used ​especially for ​cleaning, ​mixing with ​paint, etc.: Thin the ​paint with white spirit.


uk   us   /ˈspɪr.ɪt/
spirit sb/sth away, off, out, etc. to ​move someone or something out of or away from a ​placesecretly: Somehow the ​prisonersmanaged to spirit ​news out to the ​worldoutside.
(Определение слова spirit из Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Определение "spirit" в словаре американского английского

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 us   /ˈspɪr·ɪt/

spirit noun (STATE OF MIND)

[U] a ​state of ​mind or ​attitude: It’s very ​important to ​play the ​game in the ​right spirit. Rock ​music in the 1960s ​expressed the spirit of the ​times.

spirit noun (INNER CHARACTER)

[C/U] the ​innercharacter of a ​person, ​thought of as different from the ​materialperson we can ​see and ​touch: [U] All her ​life she ​remainedyoung in spirit, ​bubbling with ​ideas. [C] It is a ​belief of many ​religions that ​your spirit ​lives on after ​yourbodydies. [C/U] A spirit is also something that can be ​felt to be ​present but cannot be ​seen, ​similar to a ​ghost.

spirit noun (ENTHUSIASM)

[U] enthusiasm and ​energy: The ​orchestraperformed the ​symphony with ​great spirit.

spiritverb [T always + adv/prep]

 us   /ˈspɪr·ɪt/

spirit verb [T always + adv/prep] (MOVE)

to move someone or something ​secretly: [M] Everyone ​wonders who spirited away the ​body.
(Определение слова spirit из Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Переводы "spirit"
на корейский 정신, 영혼…
на арабский نَزْعة غَالِبة, روح…
на малайский semangat, jiwa…
на французский esprit, (adj.) des esprits, courage…
на русский настроение, душа, дух…
на китайский (традиционный) 感覺方式, 精神, (尤指特定人群、活動、時代或地方的)主導精神…
на итальянский spirito…
на турецкий ruh, can, hayalet…
на польский nastrój, duch, dusza…
на испанский espíritu, valor…
на вьетнамский tinh thần, linh hồn, hồn ma…
на португальский espírito…
на тайский น้ำใจ, จิตใจ, ความมุ่งมั่น…
на немецкий der Geist, der Elan…
на каталонский sentiment, esperit, ànima…
на японский 精神, 気分, 魂…
на китайский (упрощенный) 感觉方式, 精神, (尤指特定人群、活动、时代或地方的)主导精神…
на индонезийский semangat, roh…
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