In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person/mood) despreocupadoshe had a carefree childhood — tuvo una infancia despreocupada / sin problemas
- he felt young and carefree — se sintió joven y libre de preocupaciones
- All her family and many friends wish her good health and happy carefree days for her retirement.
- I'd watched the small children splash around in the sea, so carefree and free from responsibility.
- She is too beautiful, too happy, and too carefree to be so ill; it doesn't make sense!
- They both feel too carefree and happy to worry about crashing into the big elm tree.
- Seeing her so happy, so carefree when dancing made him feel left out, reconsider why he was living like that.
- Relaxed and carefree, they fall in love with a Mediterranean resort or a fishing village in the Canaries.
- The girl's reply was carefree, as if she was personally invited by the King himself.
- The summer is generally associated with being a bright, happy and carefree time of year.
- The old ceiling and bar brought back many memories of happy carefree days of yore to those present.
- Ashley laughed as she rolled around on the ground with Tommy, feeling carefree and happy.
- He has been in quite a good mood lately actually, jolly and carefree, just the way I like him.
- She looked at him in the picture, admiring how easy going and carefree he seemed.
- The tease is very hard to resist, and the carefree and bubbly tone of the piece is refreshingly palatable.
- Envy that everyone seemed to be so much happier and more carefree and confident than I was.
- He knows how to get you motivated and to free up your mind so you can play in a carefree way.
- It is a positive religion, emphasising the joyful and carefree sides of the Chinese character.
- Imagine switching from an easygoing, carefree lifestyle, to an uptight one with no breathing room.
- It was really nice, sunny weather and these songs remind me of a carefree, happy time in my life.
- Who grew up from being a carefree and fun-loving girl to be the matron of female infanticide.
- I hope she, and the rest of us, have many many more warm, sunny, carefree days like this one.
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