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Meaning of “soul” - Learner’s Dictionary

soul

noun     /səʊl/
SPIRIT [C]
B2 the part of a person that is not their body, which some people believe continues to exist after they dieSouls, spirits and ghosts
MUSIC [U] ( also soul music,     )
A2 popular music that expresses deep feelings, originally performed by African-AmericansTypes of music
PERSON [C] informal
B2 a person: I didn't see a soul when I went out. →  See also heart and soul People in general
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