In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1regodearserefocilarseto gloat over sth — regodearse / refocilarse con algo
- they gloated over her failure/suffering — se regodeaban / se refocilaban con su fracaso/sufrimiento
- he gloats over his success — se deleita / se regodea con su éxito
- My company launched a woman's forum, newspapers gloated over successful women and hotels and boutiques offered discounts to lady patrons.
- I sneaked a glance over at him and gloated silently.
- But before gloating at their discomfort, the government has its own manifesto dilemma.
- Of course one shouldn't forget about prizes and giving the winners an opportunity to gloat a bit!
- Not gloating, but out of respect, we knew the enormity of what we had achieved.
- ‘Of course, it was from my help that you passed,’ he gloated with a big triumphant smile.
- And, no, I didn't gloat or say anything mean about politics.
- Smiling to herself, she gloated silently in her triumph of being the first one in the kitchen; therefore having first dibs on all of the food.
- Sorry, but I just have to gloat a bit here.
- Had the consequences not been so tragic and desperately inhumane, we would have been excused for gloating.
- But he is not gloating over his victory.
- "You can't do anything, " she was already gloating over her victory.
- Marshall gloated with a big successful grin on his face.
- There may be those who are secretly gloating about all this.
- I could only imagine how much Claire was going to gloat over her sudden victory.
- While the Left Party is gloating over its unexpected election success, a grand coalition will go into action.
- No, I'm not gloating, because too much pain has been caused.
- I knew you knew it would work out this way but gloating like that is, well, just tacky.
- He is too well-mannered to gloat openly although there is a suggestion of a gleam in his eyes.
- This helped me to be a great deal less judgmental and to avoid gloating at the misfortune of others.
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