In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(cheerfulness)alegría feminineregocijo masculine
- All my cousins and aunts and uncles got together in my grandfather's house and we all spent this day together with traditional gaiety and tons of happiness.
- He paid tribute to Abbeyside Pattern Committee and those who helped to light the Village, giving an atmosphere of gaiety and good cheer for the Christmas Season.
- On first seeing these works, the viewer is overtaken by a sense of gaiety and joyfulness.
- But it is impossible by words to convey any idea of the effect of his conversation, and of the impression made by so much philosophy, gaiety and humour, accompanied by a manner at once so animated and simple.
- Village fairs were occasions for happiness and gaiety.
- I expect my chosen career to last several more years, and bring happiness and gaiety.
- This externalisation removes all sense of the latent, and, by extension, the disturbing, licensing the audience to observe this play's gaiety and poignancies without being perpetually wary of killjoy provisos.
- Event Management, as a profession, is gaining increasing relevance what with the intension of the people to conduct functions, including marriages and school functions, with pomp and gaiety.
- Life and crime are games to these characters, and they vacillate between childish gaiety and immoderate violence.
- But he would much rather be on the boat, facing aliens, monsters, and just plain bad guys, than facing the cheerfulness and gaiety of another Christmas season.
- I am sorry to hurt any man's feelings, and to brush away the magnificent fabric of levity and gaiety that he has reared; but I accuse our minister of honesty and diligence; I deny that he is careless of rash.
- The Sikh community of the twin cities celebrated Baisakhi with religious fervour and gaiety here on Wednesday.
- If red roses are arranged with yellow roses or blossoms contain both red and yellow coloration, they express gaiety, joviality and happiness.
- Of all deceptive things on earth nothing is so deceptive as mere gaiety and merriment.
- His exuberance, gaiety and intelligence made him many friends and his irrepressible high spirits and disregard for authority sometimes strained the patience of his tolerant and long suffering housemaster.
- The 30 comedies that he composed after his return to Paris reveal an art capable of admitting serious and even tragic experience without sacrificing the laughter, gaiety, and exuberance proper to comedy.
- The evening went on with such joyous gaiety that no one present would soon forget it.
- Christmas even in more modern times has not always been remembered with gaiety and good cheer.
- Young people there exude gaiety and mirth, for who could be cynical about love in Italy while thinking of Shakespeare's play?
- In a blaze of dazzling light and gayety, White City, the new pleasure resort on the South side, which was given over to the public today, opened its doors last night and showed some few thousands of its friends the completeness of its larder of entertainment and innocent, as well as interesting, diversion.
2masculine coloridofeminine vistosidadlo alegre
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