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['mOu ti veit] = /ˈmoʊtɪveɪt/
  1. If a thing or a person motivates you to learn English (or do something else), you want to learn English because of that thing or person.
    Yesterday my boss motivated me to learn Spanish. He said I would lose my job if I didn’t.
    The handsome English teacher motivated all the girls in the class to study English with passion.
    If you want to be a good manager, you have to know how to motivate people.
    My poor economical situation motivated me to look for a job.