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to inspire (German)

Part of speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
in | s | pi | rie | ren, simple past: in | s | pi | rier | te, participle II: in | s | pi | rier
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ɪnspiˈʀiːʀən], simple past: [ɪnspiˈʀiːɐ̯tə], participle II: [ɪnspiˈʀiːɐ̯t]
Word meaning / definition:
1) stimulate spiritually
2) induce action; make you neglect something
Origin of the term:
in the 16th century from Latin: īnspīrāre = breathe in, blow into; from prefix in = one and spīrāre = breathe, breathe, blow; related to spirit; compare conspiracy, perspiration and alcohol
Related terms:
1) stimulate
2) initiate, motivate, induce
Application examples:
1) My views are also reflected in the new book on the subject inspired.
1) “Sometimes inspired an opaque composition a linguistically sensitive and creative person to change the word, to transform it, to corrupt it in terms of folk etymology. "
2) He's got me inspired, to try differently.
Word formations:
1) Inspiredness, inspiration
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. inspire; you inspire; he she it inspired
Simple past: I. inspired
Participle II: inspired
Subjunctive II: i inspired
Imperative: singular inspire!; Plural inspired!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations

  • Basque: 1) inspiratu
  • English: 1) inspire
  • Swedish: inspirera

Similar words (German):inspect, conspire

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The Mathieu couple launched a Netcologne campaign to inspire to let.
Kölnische Rundschau, April 9, 2019

Stefan Mross has chosen for his 30th stage album from the past to inspire to let.
Day 24, June 18, 2019

British artist Anne Clark wonders if Berliners have loved one of her songs to inspire to let.
Today.at, April 01, 2019

Hundertwasser's architecture is a tourist magnet in many places. Spreenhagen children have each other to inspire to let.
Moz.de, March 17, 2019

If you don’t shy away from the cost of a present for your better half on Valentine's Day, you can go here to inspire to let.
Blick Online, February 08, 2019

Let yourself to inspire and be happy. They arouse anticipation.
Kölnische Rundschau, April 10, 2020

The British Prime Minister and his fiancée voted for the naming of their grandfathers to inspire to let.
Luxemburger Wort, 02 May 2020

Maria Peters lives in the sixth district, where she likes to get away from street life to inspire leaves.
derStandard.at, March 23, 2020

Are you ready for a vacation? At the travel fair in the Ostragehege you can prepare for your next trip to inspire to let.
Day 24, January 29, 2020

The free application of the tourism organization Bern Welcome is intended as a personal companion for guests to inspire and inform.
Bernerzeitung.ch, November 07, 2019

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Grammar / conjugations

Inspire Inflection - The conjugation of the verb inspire

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativei inspireyou inspirehe / she / it inspireswe inspireyou inspirethey inspire
Present Subjunctive I.i inspireyou inspirehe / she / it inspireswe inspireyou inspirethey inspire
Past tense indicativei inspiredyou inspirehe / she / it inspiredwe inspiredyou inspiredthey inspired
Past tense subjunctive IIi inspiredyou inspiredhe / she / it inspiredwe inspiredyou inspiredthey inspired
Perfect indicativei have inspiredyou inspiredhe / she / it inspiredwe have inspiredyou inspiredthey inspired
Perfect subjunctive I.i have inspiredyou inspiredhe / she / it inspiredwe have inspiredyou inspiredthey inspired
Past perfect indicativeI had inspiredyou had inspiredhe / she / it had inspiredwe had inspiredyou had inspiredthey had inspired
Past perfect subjunctive III would have inspiredyou would have inspiredhe / she / it would have inspiredwe would have inspiredyou would have inspiredthey would have inspired
Future I indicativei will inspireyou will inspirehe / she / it will inspirewe will inspireyou will inspirethey will inspire
Future tense I subjunctivei will inspireyou will inspirehe / she / it will inspirewe will inspireyou will inspirethey will inspire
Future tense I subjunctive III would inspireyou would inspirehe / she / it would inspirewe would inspireyou would inspirethey would inspire
Future tense II indicativeI will have inspiredyou will have inspiredhe / she / it will have inspiredwe will have inspiredyou will have inspiredthey will have inspired
Future tense II subjunctive II will have inspiredyou will have inspiredhe / she / it will have inspiredwe will have inspiredyou will have inspiredthey will have inspired
Future tense II subjunctive IIi would have inspiredyou would have inspiredhe / she / it would have inspiredwe would have inspiredyou would have inspiredthey would have inspired

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • stimulate: express the wish for something specific to happen; promote an event; Raise nuclear physics to a higher energy level
  • spur on: make someone try harder; give the horse the spurs
  • inspire: reinforce an already existing tendency
  • fertilize: unite a male and female sex cell; make something fruitful; to stimulate someone spiritually
  • inspire: to put someone in great excitement; give someone hope; refl. are very interested in something
  • enrich: make something more complete, more beautiful (richer) through something; reflexively giving oneself an advantage, money (wealth), at the expense of others
  • motivate: get someone to take care of something of their own accord; give a reason for something
  • to be kissed by the muse

Another word (synonym) for inspire - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "inspire":

surrealism: ... Literature: Movement of the 20th century that was inspired by the psychoanalytic concept of the unconscious Origin of the term: French "surréalisme" "Surrealism" ...

nihilism: Not only nihilism, but also religious fanaticism, which today is often referred to as fundamentalism, can inspire terrorist projects and actions (...) (Message of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI

ispirare:… Imperative: do; voi auxiliary verb: avere / essere hyphenation: | Word meaning / definition: 1) inspire 2) influence 3) awaken, instill Translations German: ...

ispirarsi: ispirarsi (Italian) Part of speech: Verb, reflexive Hyphenation:, Past participle: Meaning of the word / Definition: 1) let yourself be inspired 2) be inspired Translations ...

inspirer: inspire, instill, enter, inspire, blow in. Translations German: 1) inspire, instill in, enter, inspire, blow in


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