"spirit" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

spirit
[ˈspɪrɪt]
sustantivo
1. espíritu (m) (ghost, person)
  • the Holy spirit -> el Espíritu Santo
2. espíritu (m) (mood, attitude)
  • that was not the spirit of the agreement -> ese no era el espíritu del acuerdo
  • she entered into the spirit of the occasion -> se puso a tono con la ocasión, participó del acontecimiento
  • that's the spirit! (familiar) -> ¡eso es!
3. valor (m) coraje (m) (courage); brío (m) (energy)
  • to show spirit -> mostrar valor or coraje
  • to break somebody's spirit -> desmoralizar a alguien
  • to be in good/poor spirits -> tener la moral alta/baja
  • to say something with spirit -> decir algo con arrestos
también:
  • spirits -> licores mpl (drinks)
  • spirit lamp -> lámpara (f) de alcohol
  • spirit level -> nivel (m) de burbuja (instrument)

spirit [spi-rit]
sustantivo
1. Espíritu, substancia incorpórea o inmaterial.
2. Espíritu, alma racional (soul).
3. Espíritu, ánimo, valor, energía, brío, esfuerzo, denuedo.
4. Viveza, agudeza, fuego, ardor, fogosidad (passion).
5. Espectro, fantasma, visión (ghost).
6. Hombre de corazón, espíritu emprendedor.
7. Elación, fortaleza, grandeza de alma.
8. Espíritu, genio o inclinación para una cosa.
9. Ingenio, talento.
10. Genio, condición, carácter especial; motivo, principio de acción (cause).
11. Espíritu, el verdadero sentido o intento; opuesto a letra.
12. Espíritu, el vigor o la energía natural que alienta y fortifica el cuerpo (courage).
13. Extracto o quinta esencia de una cosa.
14. El licor espirituoso que ha sido sacado por destilación, particularmente, el alcohol.
  • Spirits -> s
15. pl.
adjetivo
  • To be in good o high spirits -> estar alegre, de buen humor o contento
  • To have a high spirit -> tener el alma grande; ser altivo
  • To cast out spirits -> exorcizar espíritus
  • Spirits o spirit of wine -> espíritu de vino, alcohol común
  • Spirits of turpentine -> aceite de trementina, aguarrás
  • Low spirits -> abatimiento
  • High spirits -> alegría, buen humor, optimismo
  • To keep up one’s spirits -> mantener el valor
  • Spirit-stirring -> animador, que estimula el valor
  • To show spirit -> mostrar buen ánimo
  • Pyroxylic spirit, wood spirit -> éter piroleñoso, alcohol metílico
  • Ardent spirits -> licores espirituosos
  • Spirit-lamp -> lámpara de alcohol
  • Spirit-level -> nivel de aire (en el éter y el alcohol)
  • The Spirit -> el Espíritu Santo
(a) Espíritus, los vapores sutilísimos que se exhalan de un licor o cuerpo cualquiera. (b) Espíritus, las partes más sutiles y puras de los cuerpos. (c) Humor o buen humor, la buena disposición en que uno se halla para ejecutar una cosa (mood); alegría, vivacidad, vivez
1. Llevar, conducir secreta y misteriosamente como por medio de un espíritu; arrebatar, llevarse; se usa con away u otro adverbio.
2. Incitar, animar, dar espíritu. (Antiguo)
va.

spirit [ˈspɪrɪt]
noun
1 (soul, inner force) espíritu (m)
They believe that his spirit lives on The human spirit is virtually indestructible
I'll be with you in spirit estaré contigo en espíritu
young in spirit joven de espíritu; the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak las intenciones son buenas pero la carne es débil
She flirted with the cameraman, and she was then in her eighties! I remember putting her into a car after the show and she said "Oh, the spirit is willing, but the flesh is disgustingly weak"
2 (ghost, supernatural being) espíritu (m)
I cried out "Go, spirit, and haunt me no more!" The Chinese believed that the shape of the gables protected the house against spirits
evil spirit espíritu (m) maligno
pear trees, according to tradition, ward off evil spirits when planted close to a house It is necessary that they should be converted from the worship of evil spirits to the service of the true God the [Holy] Spirit
the spirit world el mundo de los espíritus
priests who went into a trance to communicate with the spirit world
3 (courage) espíritu (m); (liveliness) ímpetu (m); energía (f)
to break sb's spirit quebrantar el espíritu a algn
they lack spirit les falta espíritu
he owes his survival to the love, resourcefulness and indomitable spirit of his parents
a woman of spirit una mujer con espíritu or brío
their spirit was unbroken a policy of covert terror designed to break their spirit. He has emerged with his dignity intact and his spirit unbroken to [show] some spirit
show some spirit! ¡anímate!
the team soon began to show their spirit el equipo pronto empezó a animarse
they did not pull off the rugby league shock of the century, but they did show some spirit and can look back on their endeavours with pride the players feel they let the fans down. It's important we get ourselves going again and show our spirit
to do sth with spirit hacer algo con energía
to sing with spirit cantar con brío
the rousing chorus was sung with great spirit he sets himself clear objectives and then goes about them with spirit and goodwill Keel could execute a backward somersault with dash and reel off polysyllabic repartee with spirit, while managing to look good in a beard and sherbet-colored costumes Kusoom still recalls with spirit her personal stand for her heroine, Captain Lakxmi
4 (attitude, mood) espíritu (m)
a spirit of adventure un espíritu aventurero
it depends on the spirit in which it is done But the girls shared the same independent spirit and thirst for adventure. an independent spirit Glastonbury hasn't been completely spoiled by the drugs dealing: there are still plenty of people who've still got the true festival spirit the entrepreneurial spirit of the industrial revolution
community spirit civismo (m)
the President has appealed to the Brazilian people for patriotism and community spirit
they wish to solve their problems in a spirit of cooperation quieren resolver sus problemas con espíritu de cooperación
he refused to enter into the spirit of things se negó a entrar en ambiente
He hopes people will enter into the spirit of the thing and give a donation We thought we might as well enter into the spirit of the thing, so my wife bought some confetti
festive spirit espíritu (m) festivo
Even though there was a war on, a kind of holiday spirit prevailed on the front line for the first few weeks
in a spirit of friendship con espíritu de amistad
generosity of spirit bondad (f) de espíritu
children often have a wisdom far beyond their years and a generosity of spirit that allows them to forgive us our inability to cure them Where we possess an instinctive generosity of spirit, we are usually prepared to give unstintingly of ourselves to sort out the mutual difficulties in the relationship
a spirit of optimism un espíritu optimista
public spirit civismo (m)
to take sth in the right/wrong spirit interpretar bien/mal algo
if she had only taken what I said in the right spirit, we might still be friends I can't help it if he took my criticism in the wrong spirit
that's the spirit! ¡así me gusta!; ¡ánimo!
5 (essence) [of agreement, law] espíritu (m)
the film captures the spirit of the book The real spirit of the occasion was captured in a photograph by Mr Ian Long the requirement for work permits violates the spirit of the 1950 Treaty
the spirit of the age/the times el espíritu de la época/de los tiempos
He was out of touch with the spirit of the age The organisation no longer reflects the spirit of the times. he claimed that he had fulfilled the agreement [in] spirit if not in letter The judges agreed that the law had been observed in spirit if not in letter It was an agreement honored more in letter than in spirit The law must be obeyed both in spirit and in letter
the spirit of the law el espíritu de la ley
6 (person) alma (f)
of movement, party
the leading or moving spirit in the party el alma del partido; la figura más destacada del partido
she was a free spirit era una persona sin convencionalismos
he was the guiding spirit of the peace movement she was a leading spirit in the Labour movement I'm a bit of a restless spirit and always wanted to travel
7 spirits (state of mind)
to be in good spirits tener la moral alta
the hostages seemed tired but in good spirits
to be in high spirits estar animadísimo; estar muy alegre
it was just a case of youthful high spirits no fue más que una demostración típica del comportamiento impetuoso de la juventud
Young men about to be sent to the front took refuge, as their successors still do, in rowdy high spirits It is a refreshingly ebullient show, packed with high spirits and good humour At supper, everyone was in high spirits The success of the performance went straight to my head and I was in pretty high spirits to [keep] sb's/one's spirits [up]
I tried to keep his spirits up intenté animarlo or darle ánimos
we kept our spirits up by singing mantuvimos la moral alta cantando
to lift or raise sb's spirits levantar el ánimo or la moral a algn
the news did nothing to raise her spirits the sun on our backs soon lifted our spirits An interest rate cut should lift our spirits her visits did a lot to raise his spirits while he was ill he remembered spending some time with herdsmen, which raised his spirits
to be in low spirits tener la moral baja; estar bajo de moral
although the rest of the family were enjoying themselves Sophie seemed in low spirits
my spirits rose somewhat se me levantó un poco el ánimo or la moral
(alcohol) licores (m)
I keep off spirits no bebo licores; a measure of spirits un (vasito de) licor
a glass of wine or a small measure of spirits pub measures of spirits are not very generous
spirits of wine espíritu (m) de vino
8 (Chem) alcohol (m)
methylated spirit surgical spirit If the stain does not come off with water, try a little petrol or spirit spirits of ammonia spirits of salt a solution of hydrochloric acid in water spirits of turpentine Bourbon has to age for at least two years in new oak barrels which have been charred on the inside to let the raw spirit permeate the wood
verb:transitive
(take)
to spirit sth away llevarse algo como por arte de magia; hacer desaparecer algo
VENICE: Spirit your lover away to this magnificent city for an exclusive 2nt break at the 5th-Century Palazzo Vendramin to spirit sb/sth [off] He was spirited off to Israel to spirit sb [into] a place They had worked out a way to spirit the assassin and his gun into the conference hall
he was spirited out of the country lo sacaron del país clandestinamente or de forma clandestina
desperate New York parents tried to spirit their children out of town to get away from the epidemic they spirited her out of the hotel and into a waiting car
modifier
spirit duplicator (n) copiadora (f) al alcohol
spirit gum (n) cola (f) de maquillaje
wigs are normally attached using spirit gum
spirit lamp (n) lamparilla (f) de alcohol
spirit level (n) nivel (m) de burbuja
spirit stove (n) infernillo (m) de alcohol

Verb Conjugations for "spirit" (go to el espíritu)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I spirit I spirited I will spirit
you spirit you spirited you will spirit
he/she spirits he/she spirited he/she will spirit
we spirit we spirited we will spirit
you spirit you spirited you will spirit
they spirit they spirited they will spirit
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