There are 2 main translations of muse in Spanish

: muse1muse2

muse1

musa, n.

noun

also Muse

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    musa feminine
    • She alone among the muses inspires scientific endeavours.
    • Here those with a literary calling gathered, together with those who required social stimulation to fire their muse.
    • It is difficult to make the transition from a muse to an artist.
    • Yes, if it's about James Joyce and his muse, the beautiful Nora Barnacle.
    • Stephen King used to call his muses or inspirations, ‘The Boys in the Basement.’
    • Loulou de la Falaise was the archetypal muse, the inspiration for Yves Saint Laurent in the Seventies.
    • Within that image he unified three unmanageable forces in his life - nature, the muse, and his mother.
    • The artist's restless muse and critical intellect enable a confrontation with, and the effort to amend, the society's limiting traditions.
    • According to Western tradition, poetry originates from the poet's passionate but necessarily unfulfilled longing for his muse.
    • I was suffering without them, my artists, my muses.
    • Harriet Smithson may have been the muse who inspired Berlioz's most celebrated symphony but she herself dies in obscurity and misery.
    • Many elegists question whether they have the strength to accomplish their purpose, often calling for help from the muses or from a sympathetically grief-stricken nature.
    • The word ‘mnemonic’ comes from Mnemosyne, the Greek goddess of memory, and mother of the nine Muses.
    • It would mean that women would have a central part in the culture, as muses and inspirers certainly, but also as honourable beings in their own right.
    • My personal favorite was a four-foot tall statue of Terpsichore, the Greek muse of dancing who bore the Sirens.
    • The poet's traditional invocation of the muse calls her into being, to sing to him.
    • She was, now in the eyes of people close to him, his muse.
    • This sonnet, however, is also a complex poem about the relationship between the poet, her muse, and her reader.
    • Almost 50 years after being immortalised by the poet Philip Larkin in a famous anthology, the muse who inspired him is to speak on his legacy.
    • Her beauty inspires him and he takes her to be a muse, a reason and an inspiration to choose a life of art and beauty rather than religious devotion.
    • May Gaskell was the adored last muse of the artist Edward Burne-Jones.
    • Male artists have often seen women as not only sexual objects but simultaneously as their inspirations and muses.
    • Switching gender roles may allow the muse / artist relationship to flourish as women become more prominent in the arts and sciences.
    • In ancient Greek mythology, Muses were goddesses of science and art who inspired creative endeavors.
    • The figure and face of the woman have been the inspirational muse for artists over the centuries.

There are 2 main translations of muse in Spanish

: muse1muse2

muse2

cavilar, v.

Pronunciation /mjuːz//mjuz/

intransitive verb

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    cavilar
    reflexionar
    to muse on / upon sth cavilar / reflexionar sobre algo

transitive verb

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    pensar
    what if she doesn't come? he mused —¿y si no viene? —se preguntó
    • ‘Though,’ she mused, ‘it would be fun to take a step at a time and plant seeds of revenge for Ivan when he would least expect it.’
    • ‘Unfortunately,’ Jack mused wryly to himself, ‘much of what they'd " learned " had come from television.’
    • ‘Daisy's notion,’ Henry muses, ‘that people can't live without stories, is simply not true.’
    • ‘They do make my feet seem smaller,’ she mused as she stretched her legs out for examination.
    • As one character muses toward the novel's end: ‘We always felt safe here.’
    • Capon muses, ‘He must have been out of jail (by then) because he came to the gallery.’
    • ‘And at least she's not dead,’ Sarah mused thoughtfully.
    • ‘Dave is one of these guys who finds a way to survive and exist despite a past filled with horrific events,’ the actor muses.
    • ‘Recuperated money can go toward bonuses for employees,’ Gravel muses.
    • ‘Maybe I'm… just not interested… at all,’ he mused silently.
    • ‘It probably had a high tower with one window,’ I mused, thinking of Rachel.
    • ‘Well, that's what love does to you,’ mused Ava.
    • "Maybe you should give one to my sister, " Rachel mused aloud.
    • ‘A loss of words,’ as one character muses, ‘meant that nothing that comes to mind seems very interesting to say as a next thing to what has just been said.’
    • "I think I know where I can find him, " Tanya mused under her breath.
    • ‘Now,’ muses an underground rocker who has begun accepting sponsorships, ‘the only qualm I have is I usually don't like the stuff I get.’
    • ‘This barrier would hopefully break over time,’ he mused thoughtfully to himself.