Translation of joie de vivre in Spanish:

joie de vivre

alegría de vivir, n.

Pronunciation /ˌʒwɑː də ˈviːvr(ə)//ˌʒwɑ də ˈvivrə/

noun

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    alegría de vivir feminine
    vitalidad feminine
    • Red is for passion, red is for exuberance, red is for pure energy and joie de vivre.
    • Compared with the composer's own reading, it lacks brightness, gaiety, joie de vivre if you will.
    • Other times, the day shows benevolence and gives you a freephone number for your day, filling you with joie de vivre and pizzazz.
    • But she doesn't help her cause much when she repeatedly telegraphs her character's joie de vivre by bounding rabbitlike into scenes.
    • And when that happens, Indonesia's left-for-dead film industry will suddenly show joie de vivre once again.
    • But it's her wonderfully innocent joie de vivre and youthful exuberance that captured my heart.
    • Arts provide fine remastering and an up to the minute recording that truly encompasses the spirit and joie de vivre of these performances.
    • One of fashion's most sought-after and charismatic photographers, Mario Testino's name is synonymous with images of glamour, style and joie de vivre.
    • Yet there is a good humour and joie de vivre that is often missing at the more formal Ascot meeting.
    • A lot has been made of their euphoric, ecstatic joie de vivre, but I have to say that mainly I find the overall tone rather irritating.
    • Scarlatti's Sinfonia's are entertaining works, full of the zest and joie de vivre that is attributed to late baroque Italian music.
    • There was free and uninhibited dancing and a spirit of joie de vivre among the artists, who have an attractive stage presence.
    • We've completed three years, and in keeping with the spirit of joie de vivre, the channel's look too has evolved.
    • ‘He is an experienced scientist who has joie de vivre,’ says Kennard.
    • We will remember Liza, her beautiful smile and joie de vivre, and strive to model ourselves on her positive outlook.
    • ‘He was bouncy, ebullient and filled with joie de vivre,’ said Daley.
    • Today, that spirit shines through in his live show, where he is truly able to showcase every ounce of his good-natured charm and joie de vivre.
    • A rapport arises between them and over a few days, they hit the town together, each rediscovering their joie de vivre and zest for life.
    • And Pakistan played some memorable cricket with youthful zest and joie de vivre.
    • ‘Denise is lovely, full of vitality and joie de vivre,’ she adds.