[e-spree duh kawr] /ɛˈspri də ˈkɔr/
a sense of unity and of common interests and responsibilities, as developed among a group of persons closely associated in a task, cause, enterprise, etc.
/ɛˈspriː də ˈkɔː; French ɛspri də kɔr/
consciousness of and pride in belonging to a particular group; the sense of shared purpose and fellowship
esprit de corps [(es-pree duh kawr)]
The feeling of camaraderie among members of a group or an organization: “The campers have been together for only one week, but they are already bound by a strong esprit de corps.” From French, meaning “group spirit.”
[es-prawn-the-th ah, -se-] /ˌɛs prɔnˈθɛ ðɑ, -ˈsɛ-/ noun 1. José de [haw-se th e] /hɔˈsɛ ðɛ/ (Show IPA), 1808–42, Spanish poet.
espundia es·pun·di·a (ĭ-spŭn’dē-ə, ěs-pōōn’dyä) n. A type of American leishmaniasis caused by Leishmania braziliensis that affects the mucous membranes, particularly of the nose and mouth, resulting in grossly destructive changes. Also called Breda’s disease.
[ih-spahy] /ɪˈspaɪ/ verb (used with object), espied, espying. 1. to see at a distance; catch sight of. [es-pee] /ˈɛs pi/ noun 1. James Pollard [pol-erd] /ˈpɒl ərd/ (Show IPA), 1785–1860, U.S. meteorologist. /ɪˈspaɪ/ verb -pies, -pying, -pied 1. (transitive) to catch sight of or perceive (something distant or previously unnoticed); detect: to espy a ship […]
1. . abbreviation 1. esquire: used esp in correspondence Esquire