Translation of optimistic in Spanish:


optimista, adj.

Pronunciation /ɒptɪˈmɪstɪk//ˌɑptəˈmɪstɪk/


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    it's hard to be optimistic about his prospects resulta difícil ver sus perspectivas con optimismo / ser optimista en cuanto a sus perspectivas
    • Nosko is optimistic that retail sales will experience an upsurge in the near future.
    • Rooke is optimistic that that kind of curiosity will result in people leaving the auction with a piece of fine art in their arms.
    • She admires her own daughter-in-law for opting not to work, and is optimistic that more women may follow Dr Laura's lead.
    • Mr Grant is optimistic that building works will begin at this location early next year.
    • I'm optimistic that both those dates will be met and that we'll continue to move forward.
    • He was optimistic that the latest book would sell well judging by the sales of his last two books.
    • Many experts are cautiously optimistic that things will improve by the end of the year, although it could be a rollercoaster ride.
    • Unfortunately, my pharmacist is having trouble tracking this down, and I am not optimistic that he will succeed.
    • Most people are not very optimistic that they can come to that kind of consensus.
    • After that he is optimistic that the US and UK economies will pick up.
    • Rajinder is optimistic that India will gets its act together in Athens.
    • I am guardedly optimistic that the president will nominate a strong conservative.
    • Bradfordians need to be more positive and optimistic about the future.
    • I wouldn't say I necessarily knew it was going to come but I was certainly optimistic that we could achieve something.
    • He was optimistic that the nation would reap medals at the event due to the massive talent and experience in the junior squad.
    • He remains optimistic that the players will perform better than they did last year.
    • I'm optimistic that the future is going to turn out more successful than the past.
    • But David Shenk is not so optimistic that collectively our culture can slow down.
    • Mentors encourage change by making others feel hopeful and optimistic about the future.
    • He appears to be optimistic that stronger legislation can be enacted elsewhere.