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  1. spirit

    • IPA[ˈspirət]

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    • n.
      the nonphysical part of a person which is the seat of emotions and character; the soul;the nonphysical part of a person regarded as their true self and as capable of surviving physical death or separation
    • v.
      convey rapidly and secretly
    • noun: spirit, plural noun: spirits

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    • 1. convey rapidly and secretly stolen cows were spirited away some distance to prevent detection they were arrested in the middle of the night and spirited off to prison
    • adj.
      full of energy, enthusiasm, and determination: a spirited campaigner for women's rights

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    • adj.
      full of energy, enthusiasm, and determination: a spirited campaigner for women's rights

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    • n.
      a mixture of alcohol and water containing (in the US) 50 percent alcohol by volume, or (in the ...

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    • n.
      an independent or uninhibited person: they raised their children to be free spirits

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    • n.
      stoicism and determination in a difficult or dangerous situation, especially as displayed by a ... Yorkshire flood victims showed the Dunkirk spirit as they battled the rising water

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    • n.
      a lamp burning volatile spirits, especially methylated spirits, instead of oil.

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    • ph.
      stimulate, animate, or cheer up someone

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    • ph.
      in thought or intention though not physically

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    • IPA[ˈspɪrɪt]

    英式

    • n.
      the non-physical part of a person which is the seat of emotions and character; the soul: we seek a harmony between body and spirit
    • v.
      convey rapidly and secretly: stolen cows were spirited away some distance to prevent detection they were arrested in the middle of the night and spirited off to prison

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