İtalyanca'da soul

Telaffuz
(musique) musica soul; soul {invariable}

Fransızca'da soul

Telaffuz
(musica) musique soul; soul (m)

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“Worldly and earthly soul!” replied the Ghost. “Do you believe in me or do you not believe?”
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During the whole of this time, Scrooge had shaken like a man who had lost his mind. His heart and soul took part in the scene with his other self.
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His soul poured out through his ears and his eyes. He seemed to be listening with every one of his pores.
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It seemed to him that his whole life would not be long enough to exhaust the source of happiness that he found in the depths of his soul.
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It was a big deal for him; he went slowly, but he put all his soul in it.
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These images, reawakened by this man’s appearance, were as warm on my soul as they were cold on his face.
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The air was filled with phantoms, wandering here and there; lost souls, letting out deep moans as they passed.
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When it seemed that her whole soul had laughed, she lay down, drawing Gerda close to her.
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The modern flamenco was already mixed with a lot of styles of music: Soul, Jazz, Pop.
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"By the way, Dorian," he said after a pause, "'what does it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose--how does the quotation run?--his own soul'?"
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