In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(make happy)llenar de júbilowe were exhilarated by our success — el éxito nos llenó de júbilo
- Where many would be exhausted, she's exhilarated, relishing the future and processing the past.
- Though he was aware that the experience might kill him, he was also exhilarated to embark on his great Alaskan odyssey.
- I was exhilarated by my ability to maneuver the steep climb.
- As she stood on the white coral sandy floor of the ocean, she was exhilarated.
- I was exhilarated and my father, although breathing hard, looked as good as I had seen him in years.
- For the first time, I felt exhilarated by the idea of attending the Cup.
- Still, I was exhilarated by the energy and intelligence of Roth's counterrage.
- I was exhilarated by Joan of Arc's achievements and horrified by her demise.
- These dinners exhilarated us as we were free, real, and creative together.
- He said after the event that he was exhilarated and surprised that he never encountered a pain barrier and managed a sprint finish.
- We are exhilarated by this growth, which reflects the vitality of orthopaedic sports medicine.
- Marjorie's book will exhilarate you, because it is such a thorough de-masking of the indefensible.
- Mrs. Trebond looked weary, but Angel could tell that she was exhilarated by the tell-tale flush on her cheeks.
- This new world, and the challenges and characters it holds, both terrifies and exhilarates Paul.
- When Blair had finally begun to comprehend how to go around maneuvering a horse she was exhilarated.
- On the contrary, it uplifts and even exhilarates the reader.
- Being robed for my doctorate alternately terrified and exhilarated me.
- He was exhilarated by the workers' power that he found in Barcelona.
- I was exhilarated to roll these subjects around in my mind like marbles in my hand, and play with their arrangement.
- The top was down, and as he drove, a little too fast, I was exhilarated by the wind in my hair.
2(stimulate)tonificarestimularthe walk exhilarated us — la caminata nos tonificó
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