the part of a person that is not the body and is thought not to die; the central or most important part of a person, the quality that makes a person human
the attractive quality produced by honesty or true deep feeling
a central, most important or most active part
the perfect example
"there was too much for one person to do"
"the soul of honor"
"soul was politically significant during the Civil Rights movement"
Weary in body and mind, but in soul perhaps as fresh as rain-green grass.
出自： P. Kavanagh
Soul and body can exist without one another.
出自： R. A. Knox
误 He has hardly enough food to keep body and a soul together.
误 He has hardly enough food to keep body and the soul together.
正 He has hardly enough food to keep body and soul together.
析 body and soul是固定短语,意为“生命”, soul前不可加冠词。