spiritualize po angielsku

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[spiritualize (Amer.) ] v. make spiritual; give a spiritual meaning to; purify from the corrupting effects and impacts of the world (also spiritualise)

Przykładowe zdania

She spiritualizes them, and one feels that they are of the same flesh and blood as one's self.
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To spiritualize one's age--that is something worth doing.
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Spiritual ignorance and atheistic dogmatism do their best to stop the enhancement of Slavonic peoples' spiritualized science.
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They rage against materialism, forgetting that there has been no material improvement which has not spiritualized the world.
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They were surrounded by productive farm land and dominated by large temple complexes like this one at Ur, that were, in fact, effectively, spiritualized, central food distribution centers.
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Synonimy

give a spiritual meaning to; read in a spiritual sense: spiritualise, see, construe, interpret
elevate or idealize, in allusion to Christ's transfiguration: glorify, modify, transfigure, alter, change
purify from the corrupting influences of the world: spiritualise, purge, sanctify, purify


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