Spanish translation of 'inhabit'
- [town, country]
⇒ a place inhabited by ghosts
un lugar habitado por fantasmas
Example Sentences Including 'inhabit'
Graham, I sensed, liked to inhabit a sartorial Hades all of his own and his charitable offerings could have been a lot worse.THE CALLIGRAPHER (2003)
What Old Bloods speak about only reluctantly is that a human can inhabit the body of his beast partner.THE GOLDEN FOOL: Book Two of the Tawny Man (2002)
`I'm a vessel,' he said, falling backwards, reeling away from her, `they inhabit me.BEHINDLINGS (2002)
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Translation of inhabit from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary