1extenderseexplayarseto expatiate on / upon sth — hablar extensamente sobre algo
- The tramway passed alongside vineyards, an itinerary inciting Simon to expatiate on harvesting grapes.
- This was almost achieved when the two actors expatiated on the subjects of life, love and potato chips.
- Every week my jaw dropped lower as she expatiated on the mystic ramifications of this.
- He also expatiates on ‘mind’ and its relation to French words such as esprit, intellect, entendement, raison, avis, even sentiment and âme.
- The commentator adopts this persona to expatiate on a variety of topics.
- Similarly, when neoconservative ideologues speak of needing to rebuild an embattled US hegemony and legitimacy, they aren't impotently expatiating.
- He has just been expatiating on the difference between Renaissance and Romantic angst.
- The author has a book out about ‘The Dark Side of Democracy’ in which he expatiates on precisely these themes.
- Let me start by expatiating on the torture that was our football game.
- He tried to ridicule his adversary by broadly expatiating upon his clothing and appearance which, it seems, did not meet with the standard set by London outfitters.
- It is much more explicitly present in a variety of passages such as the one in which Richard expatiates about the death of kings in characteristically allegorical terms.
- He goes on to expatiate on Queen Victoria's instructions to the governor-general and suggests that they are somehow relevant to the present debate.
- Anyone who constantly kvetches about the evils of the right-wing in a completely unrelated tangent while expatiating about a French philosopher must be reconsidered.
- I now expect to be booked on cable TV to expatiate on my brilliant findings without interruption.
- I took my seat on the floor in front of the table where he was expatiating on the tendency of contemporary poems to be self-conscious about being poems.
- Lee also expatiates at length on his class's visits to Roman sites.
- In a famous passage in chapter 42 David expatiates on the leading principles of his working life.
- The editor-in-chief was even inspired to expatiate at length on how it just goes to show how predictably liberal the competition is these days.
- Tom is a professional hockey player and ballet lover, pursuits on whose alleged similarities he vacuously expatiates.
- Two other leaders expatiated on the importance of these customary rites and the fact that the deceased was the last of his kind - the great warrior-killer.