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inspirar

Translation of inspirar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: inspirarse verbo pronominal

  • inspirarse en algo
    (persona)
    to draw inspiration from something
    be inspired by something
    (obra/ley)
    to be inspired by something
Example sentences
  • No es la primera vez que Fabra inspira a un artista.
  • Moon dijo que espera inspirar a la gente mayor a ser más activa.
  • Se inspira en los principios de la democracia social.

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