In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person/crowd) jubiloso(crowd/person) exultante (de alegría) formal(cry/shout) de júbilo
- But Trotsky's faith in the socialist future, and his exultant delight in life, survived all failure.
- What is more, it is not simply crude power that triumphs abroad, but its exultant justification.
- It was a decisive campaign, in which the better prepared side struck hard and fast, and delivered its exultant people a smashing victory which promised salvation from their enemies.
- Audiences feel appropriately claustrophobic in the close-up jail sequences, and appropriately exultant when Flynt's lawyer wins his case in front of the Supreme Court.
- I can't see why every party newspaper instead finds it necessary to display exultant, triumphant headlines after each election.
- The euphoria of victory before an exultant home crowd was diluted when the Saints followed up by losing to North Melbourne by 92 points.
- Downstairs, another large, white-walled gallery displayed photographs from Life magazine - not all exultant, but most of them proud and tough.
- It also means that if all the ‘experts’ rave on about a particular album, I'm on pretty shaky ground if I go overboard criticising it, or at the least, am less than exultant about it.
- The crowds were cheering insanely now, spurred onwards by the exultant actions of the boys, jumping around excitedly.
- When he rolls across the finish line, we're exultant.
- Here, most of the music is exultant and exhilarating, full of polyrhythms that inspire the vocalists to slip and slide over the beats.
- The play opened last January to exultant ovations.
- Chelsea set aside the mouthwatering prospect of the Champions League draw against Barcelona to return to their bread and butter and produced a goal feast for an exultant crowd.
- Guitars are used sparingly, but they ring with precision and elegance, dropping tones as if laying bones to rest beneath a crowd of exultant mourners.
- The normally exultant cheers of a vast Scottish Grand National crowd were muted because the splendour of a truly great race was bought at a very dear price.
- Ranged before the exultant children's minister was a rapt host of 700 local officials who are extending her childcare empire across the country.
- It was a celebratory, sedate, courtly dance: exultant outstretched jumps, falling, turning and an eloquent reflection on the crucifixion.
- But I just want to indulge in a bit of pure, exultant joy!
- Few comment on childcare shortages unless trumpeting their own exultant babysitting skills, even less on mothers' health, unless comparing personal symptoms.
- He confessed that after two days of the Games, and two gold medals on the opening night before an exultant home crowd, he was mentally drained when he faced van den Hoogenband on the third day.
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