Sinonimi di inspire
1 (verbo )
to stimulate (a person) to activity or creativityWhat inspired you to change your name?
His hard work was motivated by a need to achieve.
The hearings moved me to come up with these suggestions.
I was stimulated to examine my deepest thoughts.
When things aren't going well, he always encourages me.
The conference influenced us to launch the campaign.
the event which persuaded the United States to enter the war
be responsible for,
There was little about the game to animate the crowd.
He did more to rouse the crowd than anybody else.
A strange spirit infused the place.
The news heartened everybody.
enliven, , ,
Her presence enlivened even the most boring meeting.
their ability to energize their followers
The appeal has galvanized them into taking positive action.
gee up, ,
fire or touch the imagination of
2 (verbo )
His legend would even inspire a well-known song.
give rise to,
I don't want to cause any trouble.
Cooking with spices produces a wonderful smell.
The recession has prompted consumers to cut back on buying cars.
I was intrigued by him, stirred by his intellect.
His novels spawned both movies and television shows.
Insults engender hatred against those who indulge in them.
3 (verbo )
to arouse (an emotion or a reaction)The car's effortless handling inspires confidence.
arouse, , ,
His work has aroused intense interest.
I only take on work that excites me.
an economic crisis induced by high oil prices
He was snoring when I awakened him.
give rise to, ,
These poems have helped kindle the imagination of generations of children.
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in the sense of animate
to make livelyThere was little about the game to animate the crowd.
in the sense of awaken
to awakeHe was snoring when I awakened him.
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