Portuguese translation of 'soul'
2. (person) criatura
I didn't see a soul não vi uma alma
God rest his soul que a sua alma descanse em paz
the poor soul had nowhere to sleep o pobre coitado não tinha onde dormir
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Example Sentences Including 'soul'
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Not a soul depended on her except maybe her office personnel, who would find other jobs in a blink.ROUGH JUSTICE (2001)
I hear Lord Jenga has already had an approach from some enterprising soul who wants to build a tavern here.TREASON KEEP (2001)
He'd taken to muttering to himself as he shuffled around the house like a soul in limbo.AMAGANSETT (2001)
Well, old soul, good muscle definition - call it what you will.LOOKING FOR ANDREW MCCARTHY (2001)
Trends of 'soul'
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'soul' in Other Languages
British English: soul /səʊl/ NOUN
A person's soul is the spiritual part of them which some people believe continues existing after their body is dead.
They believe that their souls will always be together.
- American English: soul
- Arabic: نَفْس
- Brazilian Portuguese: alma
- Chinese: 灵魂
- Croatian: duša
- Czech: duše
- Danish: sjæl
- Dutch: ziel
- European Spanish: alma
- Finnish: sielu
- French: âme
- German: Seele
- Greek: ψυχή
- Italian: anima
- Japanese: 魂
- Korean: 영혼
- Norwegian: sjel
- Polish: dusza
- European Portuguese: alma
- Romanian: suflet
- Russian: душа
- Spanish: alma
- Swedish: själ
- Thai: วิญญาณ
- Turkish: ruh
- Ukrainian: душа
- Vietnamese: linh hồn
Translation of soul from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary