Translation of idyll in Spanish:

idyll

idilio, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈaɪdl//ˈɪdɪl/

noun

  • 1

    idilio masculine
    • Lambs are the icons of the rural idyll, the faces that grace a thousand Lake District postcards and the sight that brightens the spirits of even the most jaded commuters as they flash past Cumbrian hills.
    • Public entertainment can go ahead at the Barge Inn at Honeystreet despite some strenuous opposition from neighbours wanting to preserve their rural idyll.
    • Some highlights from the research shows that those firms looking beyond Dublin to get out of the traffic jams may not fare any better by chasing the rural idyll.
    • The concrete, pebble-dashed trees under the plaque suggest that this form of community history is made up of a hankering back to a rural idyll, but one that is compromised already by the urban.
    • New Yorker Colin Brant's two naive-style oil paintings evoke otherworldly idylls with manicured grass, trees and happy, relaxed people.
    • And were any of the shops in this mono-cultural rural idyll aware that it is the Jewish festival of Purim?
    • He started painting rural idylls featuring churches and meadows which he intended to sell to the urban bourgeoisie.
    • On the big screen, however, Oban has always been portrayed as a pastoral idyll.
    • The sniper was merely a rupture in the domestic idyll of Virginian life: everything around was peaceful.
    • And then aspects of war burst upon their peaceful idyll.
    • Born in 1901, her childhood was a happy idyll enough until World War One awakened her to reality.
    • But in the weeks ahead the concept of Europe is going to be more than just a bureaucratic nightmare or a holiday idyll.
    • But like most rural idylls everything is not as it seems, the club suffers from more than its fair share of vandalism.
    • It might be associations, such as memories of holidays, pastoral idylls, the peacefulness, the slower pace, or a whole imagined way of life.
    • The ‘quality of life index’ suggests the happiest Scots live in the Highlands where the rural idyll of low crime, a strong sense of community and good health remains largely intact.
    • But just as it was in Buchan's day, the idyll is illusory.
    • Just like Rousseau, Finlay has created an art which sets the notion of the Arcadian idyll against mankind's extreme barbarity.
    • Goth, however, was one style that did achieve some form of visibility - although you'll note that I say the late 1980s because, like most things, it took a few years to make its way out to our rural idyll.
    • So even if a group is composed exclusively of altruists, all behaving nicely towards each other, it only takes a single selfish mutant to bring an end to this happy idyll.
    • Now the proposals have been approved by planning officers and the final hurdle to the creation of their perfect rural idyll has been crossed.