ecstatic

ecstatic(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (elated)
a. extático
Paul had an ecstatic expression on his face when he received a Ninja Turtle for Christmas.Paul tenía una expresión extática en su rostro cuando recibió una Tortuga Ninja en Navidad.
b. eufórico
The two girls sitting in the front row were just ecstatic throughout the whole concert.Las dos chicas sentadas en la primera fila estuvieron eufóricas durante todo el concierto.
c. contentísimo
Carla thought she would be ecstatic about her new job, but she just wasn't.Carla creyó que iba a estar contentísima con el nuevo trabajo, pero simplemente no lo estaba.
d. alborozado
The crowd became ecstatic when the team took the field.El público estaba alborozado cuando el equipo salió al campo.
e. exultante
The ecstatic couple was bursting with happiness due to the arrival of their first child.La exultante pareja no cabía de felicidad por la llegada de su primer hijo.
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ecstatic
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (general)
a. exultante, alborozado(a)
to be ecstatic (about or over something)estar exultante de alegría (por algo)
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ecstatic [eksˈtætɪk]
adjective
(Rel) extático; contentísimo; eufórico;
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