In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(conversation/person) animar(place/room) darle vida a(room/place) darle alegría a(room/place) alegrar
- When I feel rejuvenated, I feel enlivened, energized, connected with the world around me, and all of those qualities are ones that we notice in children.
- Throughout the book, the writing is enlivened with bright flashes of wit and Kent's consistently elegant use of language.
- The mid-afternoon sun shone down from a sky only occasionally enlivened by the odd fluffy cloud.
- They also express the weight and mass of the station's structure, which is animated and enlivened through the presence of natural light.
- Laughter can enliven even monotonous proceedings on the set, " she adds.
- Rather, it should enhance and enliven the occasion.
- It seems that poetry ought to enliven us.
- And as a prolific writer armed with wit, his articles enlivened the pages of the magazines.
- Entertainment workers enlivened the rally with their acts.
- It is the prayer which enlivens and freshens up a person when hardships bog him down.
- They may enliven parliament to the point of making it interesting.
- What enlivens us and mobilizes the will to live in each of us is profoundly unique.
- He is interesting when identifying personalities and providing biographical material to enliven the narrative.
- Hopefully, this will enliven the journal and make it more interesting in the eyes of a broad military readership.
- Heated discussions, sometimes carried on in several languages, enlivened the proceedings.
- The eye was immediately drawn to these buildings and significant lengths of the streets were enlivened by their presence.
- Quotations from articles in and letters to women's magazines enhanced and enlivened the chapter on professional working women.
- It adds: ‘Well-designed restaurants and bars will also be encouraged adjacent to the public open spaces to create lively frontages and enliven the areas.’
- The music of Laurie Lewis will surprise you, enliven you, and cause you to reflect - just like bird songs themselves.
- Proposing this debate at your next management away day should enliven proceedings.
- Barrie succeeded in getting his mother's attention and thus encouraged he made every effort possible to enliven her and to make her forget David.
- The changes only serve to enhance and enliven the original building.
- Aided by digital graphics and other powerful tools, animation can enliven anything, from a movie to a music video.
- He came from a family of circus performers and enlivened meetings in which he participated.
- Their words, she says, not only enliven her but also help jog her memory about speeches she's given during the past 15 years.
- Set in a Fife factory and drawn from personal experiences, the bleak subject is enlivened with humour and wit.
- She seemed to be enlivened by the condition outside, exhilarated by the motion of flying through it.
- Long escapes the scholar's temptation to be dryly academic, enlivening her book with unexpected and entertaining love stories.
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