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Not that he needed either part of the reason to motivate him. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)And the prospect seemed to motivate him for those few yards. GALILEE (2001)
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British English: motivate VERB
If you are motivated by something, especially an emotion, it causes you to behave in a particular way.
They are motivated by a need to achieve.
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