1¡ah!¡pa! Río de la Plata coloquialwow, what a fabulous dress! — ¡pa! ¡qué vestido más fantástico! Río de la Plata coloquial
1(success)exitazo masculino coloquialthe show was a wow with the kids — la función volvió locos a los niños / fue un exitazo con los niños coloquial
- People do want to find that unique gift, something that will give a real wow!
- Each will be scrutinized by the coaching staff after Grant Noel and Jason Davis failed to produce many wows during the spring.
- As the game progressed, Celtic began to control the exchanges, but some clever rearguard actions defused some promising Celtic wows, in which Ian Farrell and Tom Butler were prominent.
- Something just felt… too easy… about spinning last year's woes and wows into next year's resolutions.
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- While the role of visuals is undeniable, another vital part of what wows people and helps sell them on a game is the quality of information available about it - which is clearly related to the supporting publicity.
- One minute he's performing in a musical, the next he's in a television drama, and the next he's wowing audiences with live cabaret.
- His mid-90s fastball wows fans, but the natural movement on his fastball and slider are behind his improvement this spring.
- Aspiring student designers wowed the audience with their creations at a spectacular fashion show in Selby Abbey.
- The young man soon finds he can stay on the ship by playing the piano, after proving himself a genius on the instrument and wowing the captain.
- The multitalented, balding star wowed the crowd, so expect him to pop up in New York sometime soon.
- Having performed at Just for Laughs in '97 and '98, he's back to take another crack at wowing audiences.
- The singers took turns wowing the audience with popular film songs.
- Deirdre wowed the judges with her natural beauty, fantastic personality and general warmth as a person.
- Since 1995 they've been wowing audiences with a crossover style combining their operatic training with Irish folk.
- Yet he is fast becoming one of the most sought-after acts in America, wowing the crowds as he plummets through the air from an altitude of 5,000 ft.
- After wowing the audience at the Willows club in Salford, he is in with a chance of winning the £5,000 grand final on November 16.
- I love pretending I'm in the competition, wowing the crowds every night.
- How a group with this much energy can remain so synchronized is a marvel, but what really wows is that they seem also to be having the time of their lives doing it.
- Lemar, who came third in the reality TV show competition, will be wowing the audience with songs, including the tune Lullaby which he composed along with fellow contestant Ainsley.
- The group is used to wowing audiences with acts such as spinning one another in the air from suspended strips of cloth, but the school opted for some less dangerous activities.
- They wowed the crowds with a motorcycle, high dive and car show.
- Many singers are still wowing their fans and at the same time growing old gracefully.
- And youngsters from Commonweal School were victorious, with two winning poems, which wowed the judges.
- She was one of the youngest children to perform at the Globe Theatre in Blackpool in March, and is looking forward to wowing the audience at the Albert Halls this month.
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- Unlike ‘Within the Golden Hour,’ ‘Changes’ doesn't end on a wow note but instead recapitulates its opening scene, as the curtain falls.
- The CD ends on a wow note, with Enough, a deep and beautiful piece.
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