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Significado de "ghost" en el diccionario de inglés
I'm going to Barcelona. Let's go home. We gave it to the man. Come at two o'clock. We saw her on leaving the house. We left four days later. The letter was written by hand. We went on foot. I bought it from John. I'll see him if he doesn't come too late.
Action in the world must thus appear as endangering the absolutely irrational and other-worldly religious state. Active asceticism operates within the world; rationally active asceticism, in mastering the world, seeks to tame what is creatural and wicked through work in a worldly "vocation" inner-worldly asceticism. Such asceticism contrasts radically with mysticism, if the latter draws the full conclusion of fleeing from the world contemplative flight from the world. The contrast is tempered, however, if active asceticism confines itself to keeping down and to overcoming creatural wickedness in the actor's own nature. For then it enhances the concentration on the firmly established God-willed and active redemptory accomplishments to the point of avoiding any action in the orders of the world asceticist flight from the world. Thereby active asceticism in external bearing comes close to contemplative flight from the world.
The first definition of ghost in the dictionary is the disembodied spirit of a dead person, supposed to haunt the living as a pale or shadowy vision; phantom related adjective spectral. Other definition of ghost is a haunting memory. Ghost is also a faint trace or possibility of something; glimmer.