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Translation of "ghost" - English-Spanish dictionary

ghost

noun   /ɡəʊst/
B1 a dead person’s spirit, which some people believe they can see fantasma Do you believe in ghosts? a ghost story
(Definition of ghost from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ghost

noun /ɡəust/
a spirit, usually of a dead person fantasma Do you believe in ghosts? Hamlet thought he saw his father’s ghost.
ghostly adjective
of or like a ghost or ghosts fantasmagórico a ghostly figure.
give up the ghost
to die entregar el alma He finally gave up the ghost after a long illness.
(Definition of ghost from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ghost”
in Korean 유령…
in Arabic شَبَح…
in Malaysian hantu…
in French fantôme…
in Russian привидение…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鬼魂, 鬼,幽靈…
in Italian fantasma, spirito…
in Turkish hayalet…
in Polish duch…
in Vietnamese ma…
in Portuguese fantasma…
in Thai ผี…
in German der Geist…
in Catalan fantasma…
in Japanese 幽霊, 亡霊…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鬼魂, 鬼,幽灵…
in Indonesian hantu…
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