In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1encantadorebosante de alegríato be overjoyed at / about sth
- I was overjoyed at the news — la noticia me causó gran alegría
- she wasn't exactly overjoyed (about it) — no le hizo mucha gracia que digamos
- If the situation regarding accountability can be established, most of the electorate would be overjoyed.
- Susan, 31, is overjoyed to have her husband safely back from the front line.
- Sue was overjoyed to hear that the operation had been a success.
- We spoke about continuing the relationship as we had both missed each other, and I was overjoyed.
- Johnson was also overjoyed with the success as his charge tackled three miles for the first time.
- What's more, I'm absolutely overjoyed by the knowledge that I own but two of their numerous albums.
- All of the staff in the unit were overjoyed to see that someone had come to help.
- We were greatly relieved and overjoyed when our flight landed in Shanghai and we got into a Shanghai cab.
- This is Bucky's first trip to Ireland and he was overjoyed to have the opportunity to enjoy such a festival.
- Obedient but hardly overjoyed, he travelled to Pakistan with his father in October 2001.
- Both students and teachers were overjoyed when DMS clocks were declared the winners.
- An overjoyed Kelly hopped all over the stage, and her victory dance was her best performance of the night.
- Jacob was overjoyed, gleefully running to the outer field with his teammates in hot pursuit.
- Bangladesh players as well as their fans in Bangladesh are simply overjoyed.
- United fans were overjoyed today that the most successful manager in the club's history was about to sign on for more glory.
- Asked how he was feeling now that he was cleared of these charges, he said he was overjoyed about the decision.
- When I returned the video back to the video store the next day, the woman was absolutely overjoyed.
- Parents are so overjoyed with their children that they never say no to them.
- They cry whenever their children excel themselves, and are overjoyed when their friends are successful.
- I was perhaps not as overjoyed as I should have been when he told me that the woman quoted the price in dollars.
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