inspire Ukrainski

wymowa
v. надихати, навіювати, інспірувати

Przykładowe zdania

After taking some time off dating after the break-up with Sandro, I started enjoying life again, and I'm even more inspired than before!
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The girls will be attending two shows of lesser-known fashion names, but they hope to see some famous faces and get inspired.
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Cedric had a way about him which was inspired by his heart that put people at ease.
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Just at that moment, the dog gave further proof of the trust the little lord inspired in him by putting his lion-like head on the boys lap.
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It was obvious that, whatever the feelings the count inspired in others, his grandson was not in the least struck by terror.
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This interest and passion for foreign flavours inspired an idea.
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The count also benefited from the sentiments that his grandson and daughter-in-law inspired.
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When the supper became a debauch, the guests began to sing, inspired by the Peralta and the Pedro-Ximenes.
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If my tribesmen were to reclaim their territory from the iron grip of Caesar, we would all require a unified front and a leader to inspire us.
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Women, as some witty Frenchman once put it, inspire us with the desire to do masterpieces and always prevent us from carrying them out.
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Synonimy

1. be the cause of: enkindle, spark, stimulate, motivate
2. animate: invigorate, enliven, encourage, hearten, inspirit, motivate, spur



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