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There's a grandiose little opera house with a conservatory that some spiritual ancestor of Ted Barlow's had installed. Val McDermid KICK BACK (2002)Lucky little Dido, I thought, stumbling across a clergyman who could so ably guide her along her spiritual way. Howatch, Susan ULTIMATE PRIZES (2002)He was merely a mortal man who could not resist the promise of rapture that was her chief spiritual asset. Bringle, Mary DEATH OF AN UNKNOWN MAN (2002)

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Translations for 'spiritual'

British English: spiritual /ˈspɪrɪtjʊəl/ ADJECTIVE
Spiritual means relating to people's deepest thoughts and beliefs, rather than to their bodies and physical surroundings.
She is a very spiritual person, and does not really care about material things.
  • American English: spiritual
  • Arabic: رَوحِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: espiritual
  • Chinese: 精神上的
  • Croatian: duhovan
  • Czech: duševní
  • Danish: spirituel
  • Dutch: spiritueel
  • European Spanish: espiritual
  • Finnish: hengellinen
  • French: spirituel
  • German: spirituell
  • Greek: πνευματικός
  • Italian: spirituale
  • Japanese: 精神的な
  • Korean: 정신적인
  • Norwegian: spirituell
  • Polish: duchowy
  • European Portuguese: espiritual
  • Romanian: spiritual
  • Russian: духовный
  • Latin American Spanish: espiritual
  • Swedish: spirituell
  • Thai: เกี่ยวกับจิตใจ
  • Turkish: manevi
  • Ukrainian: духовний
  • Vietnamese: thuộc tinh thần


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