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From the English verb inspire:
inspired is:
   3rd person singular (he/she/it) Preterite Indicative

inspired  Adjective
  1. Translate "inspired" to Spanish: inspirado, infuso
    English Synonyms of "inspired": juiced, juiced up
    Define meaning of "inspired": Of such surpassing excellence as to suggest divine inspiration.
  2. Her pies were simply divine.
    The divine Shakespeare.
    An elysian meal.
    An inspired performance.

Conceptually-related expressions of "inspired"
inspire  Verb
  1. Translate "inspire" to Spanish: inspirar, motivar, producir como respuesta, infundir
    English Synonyms of "inspire": cause, provoke, call forth, draw forth, give a reason for, give the grounds for, induce, instigate, instill
    Define meaning of "inspire": Serve as the inciting cause of. ; Supply the inspiration for.
  2. She prompted me to call my relatives.
    The article about the artist inspired the exhibition of his recent work.

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  3. Translate "inspire" to Spanish: inspirar, motivar, edificar, elevar, iluminar
    English Synonyms of "inspire": motivate, animate, encourage, edify, induce, take someone's fancy, get up, arouse
    Define meaning of "inspire": Fill with revolutionary ideas. ; Urge on or encourage especially by shouts. ; Heighten or intensify.
  4. His work inspires many, Su labor inspira a muchos.
    The crowd cheered the demonstrating strikers.
    These paintings exalt the imagination.

  5. Translate "inspire" to Spanish: inhalar
    English Synonyms of "inspire": draw in, inhale, breathe in, draw into one's lungs, draw into the lungs, sniff in, snuff
    Define meaning of "inspire": Draw in (air).
  6. Inhale deeply.
    Inhale the fresh mountain air.
    The patient has trouble inspiring.
    The lung cancer patient cannot inspire air very well.

  7. Translate "inspire" to Spanish: servir de ejemplo
    English Synonyms of "inspire": set an example, serve as an example

  8. Translate "inspire" to Spanish: inhalar, aspirar, inspirar
    English Synonyms of "inspire": inhale, draw in air, breathe in, draw air, draw air into one's lungs, draw in, take a breath

  9. Translate "inspire" to Spanish: insuflar, inspirar
    English Synonyms of "inspire": imbue, insufflate, instill
    Define meaning of "inspire": Supply the inspiration for. ; Heighten or intensify.
  10. His confidence inspires self-esteem, Su confianza inspira autoestima.
    The article about the artist inspired the exhibition of his recent work.
    These paintings exalt the imagination.

Verb Conjugation for "inspire"
Gerund: inspiring

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