exuberant

exuberant(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (very lively)
a. exuberante
Ronda always cheers people up with her exuberant personality.Ronda siempre anima a la gente con su exuberante personalidad.
b. eufórico
The victory party was an exuberant celebration that went on until the early morning hours.La fiesta de la victoria fue una celebración eufórica que continuó hasta las primeras horas de la mañana.
c. entusiasta
Maria had a hard time keeping up with her exuberant grandchildren.A María le costó trabajo mantener el ritmo de sus entusiastas nietos.
d. lleno de vitalidad
Your dog seems exuberant for his age!Tu perro está lleno de vitalidad para su edad.
2. (profuse)
a. exuberante
The florist had a variety of exuberant floral arrangements on display.El florista tenía expuesta una variedad de exuberantes arreglos florales.
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exuberant
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (general)
a. eufórico(a), exultante
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exuberant [ɪɡˈzuːbərənt]
adjective
1 [+person] (euphoric) eufórico; (enthusiastic) entusiasta
he felt exuberant estaba eufórico
2 [+style, colour, painting] exuberante; [+film, music, show] lleno de vitalidad
3 (Bot) (vigorous) [+growth, foliage] exuberante;
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