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Soul in English
drunk, intoxicated by alcohol, tanked, under the influence of alcohol, inebriated, stoned (Slang), intoxicated

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Soul in German
besoffen;betrunken

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Soul in Turkish
"sarhoş; bıkmış "

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Soul in Italian
ubriaco -- soûl comme un cochon: (fam.) ubriaco fradicio
tout mon (ton, son, ...) saoul: a sazietà, quanto si vuole

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Soul in Persian
lat. satullus, de satur «rassasié». - REM. En poésie, on a employé l'orthographe sousir(-âb)
mast(-o-xrâb)
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fra. tout son soûl/content : tâ del aš mixwâhad, be kâm e u va frâ/bâlâ-tar az masti ! de anima, dont la signification primitive est souffle, vent, et, par extension, respiration, vie, esprit, âme. On voit par là l'identité de ce mot avec le terme des Grecs, qui a conservé exclusivement l'acception de vent ; anima et le mot grec ont pour radical le sanscrit ana, respirer.ravân (aves. urvan, http://www.religioustolerance.org/zoroastr.htm)
ruh (Dini)
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Much of what Aristotle says about knowledge is part of his doctrine about the nature of the soul, and in particular the human soul. As he uses the term, the soul (psyche) of a thing is what makes it alive; thus, every living thing, including plant life, has a soul.

"epistemology." Encyclopædia Britannica from Encyclopædia Britannica 2007 Ultimate Reference Suite. (2006) +
Puisque nos expériences intérieures consistent en des reproductions et des combinaisons d'impressions sensorielles, le concept de l'âme me paraît vide et dénué de sens.

(A. EINSTEIN, Pensées intimes, Éditions du Rocher 2000, p. 134)
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Le service de vente est devenu le centre ou l’« âme » de l’entreprise. On nous apprend que les entreprises ont une âme, ce qui est bien la nouvelle la plus terrifiante du monde.

(G. DELEUZE, http://infokiosques.net/214.html)
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Robespierre et la majorité du gouvernement révolutionnaire, firent voter par la Convention que le peuple français reconnaissait l'existence de l'Etre suprême et l'immortalité de l'âme
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dar zabân e "Bâmbarâ" yak važa (jâ ?) ham ravân va ham sâya ast ! Afriqâiân mâdde-grâi ye pišiniân râ nikutar pâs dâšta and !
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It was formerly held by theologians that the male embryo acquired a soul at the fourtieth day, and the female at the eightieth.

(B. RUSSELL, Religion and Science, p. 108)

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Soul in Bulgarian
[sul] adj.invar. et m. (mot angl.amйr., proprem. "вme") соул (вид музика на черните в Америка). e adj. (lat. satullus, de satur "rassasiй") 1. ост. сит, пресит, наситен (с храна и питие); 2. разг. пиян; ~ comme (un вne, une bourrique, un cochon, une grive, un Polonais) много съм пиян; tout son (ton, mon) ~ до насита; колкото искам. Ќ Hom. soue, sou, sous; soul.

Dictionary source: French-Bulgarian Dictionary
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