Translation of afflatus in Spanish:


inspiración, n.

Pronunciation /əˈfleɪdəs//əˈfleɪtəs/



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    inspiración feminine
    aflato masculine literary
    the divine afflatus la inspiración divina
    • But, though less than a poet of her century, Ella was more than a mere multiplier of her kind, and latterly she had begun to feel the old afflatus once more.
    • What is lacking is afflatus, the breath of life that sends a thrill down the spine and gets engraved in the memory.
    • Overt displays of intelligence are considered just dandy in the art world so long as they are opaque enough to lend themselves to afflatus and jargoneering.
    • His playing has the afflatus of genius and the purity of a child.
    • That's an ambitious enterprise and, regrettably, the work is let down from achieving such divine afflatus by sloppy editing and far too many solecisms.