English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to inspire: to motivate, to stimulate, to animate, to encourage
UK: That was a really inspired decision.
US: I try to inspire more people to care for the environment.
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- "To inspire them to feel sexy in their own skin."
- "When Bruno witnessed Horatio's skill and his spectacular organ, he was inspired."
- "A ballad that inspires company pride and joy."
- "A manager should be considerate, inspiring, interested, empowering."
- "The board of trustees have decided to commission a novel that will be inspired by Delavigne and its products."
- "For this project, we want something fresh, inspired, something that'll set Outback Cologne apart."
- "Visitors will have the opportunity to purchase their favorite perfumes in a retail store situated near the exit, and many of the artworks will be inspired by famous Delavigne scents."
- "Jean : You are very inspiring Philip."
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