In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(event/occasion) feliz(dance/news) alegrethe joyful parents — los jubilosos padres literary
- The joyful scenes at the final whistle were what one would expect on such an historic occasion.
- With this peacefulness also comes a happy and joyful frame of mind.
- But if you enter a garden full of colours, wild and joyful, then you feel you want to stay.
- The whole atmosphere was joyful and peaceful even in damp miserable conditions.
- Maybe it's seen as a way of provoking a joyful feeling of brightness and wellbeing.
- I'll never forget the joyful expressions of disgust we would scream out as wee children.
- It helps to live a happy life and also make other people's life happy and joyful.
- Lucas stared at the ground, trying to hide the joyful smile that was creeping across his face.
- He laughed at my joyful tears and gave me a kiss, while wiping my eyes with the sleeve of his shirt.
- So we give thanks to all of you and wish you a peaceful and joyful Christmas.
- It is a positive religion, emphasising the joyful and carefree sides of the Chinese character.
- If you could have more control over your life, would you be happier, more joyful?
- These dancers were twirling and twisting to the joyful music being played at every corner.
- At last I understood what all those joyful carols were being sung for.
- It left us both joyful and speechless, happy to be home again but sad that this great trip was over.
- Although it was not a male heir, Mary made him just as joyful or even more contented.
- That will be a joyful occasion for bride, groom and the entire community.
- Within moments, we would be dissolved into hopeless, helpless, joyful laughter.
- I would be attempting to talk to somebody when another person would rush up with joyful squeals of greeting.
- Thank you for the most joyful happy years of my life and for our beautiful children.
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