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Well, everything is relative and there was life with Evelyn as well as the spirit of Bas haunting us at home. SOMEBODY (2001)But even then the Dead Hand functioned, the spirit inside indifferent to any physical harm. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
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British English: spirit /ˈspɪrɪt/ NOUN
Your spirit is the part of you that is not physical and that is connected with your deepest thoughts and feelings.
She is physically weak but her spirit is very strong.
- American English: spirit
- Arabic: رُوح
- Brazilian Portuguese: espírito
- Chinese: 精神
- Croatian: duh
- Czech: duševno
- Danish: ånd
- Dutch: geest karakter
- European Spanish: espíritu
- Finnish: henki
- French: esprit cerveau
- German: Geist Denken
- Greek: πνεύμα
- Italian: spirito
- Japanese: 精神
- Korean: 정신
- Norwegian: ånd
- Polish: duch dusza
- European Portuguese: espírito
- Romanian: spirit
- Russian: душа
- Spanish: espíritu
- Swedish: ande andligt väsen
- Thai: วิญญาณ
- Turkish: ruh
- Ukrainian: дух
- Vietnamese: tinh thần
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