Translation of revelry in Spanish:

revelry

jolgorio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈrɛvəlri//ˈrɛvlri/

noun

  • 1

    jolgorio masculine
    • The season's festive revelries began in force on Thursday evening, but with them came a series of incidents including assault and vandalism.
    • Hyderabad changed the calendar and ushered in New Year amid revelry and a celebration mood that pervaded every nook and corner.
    • Saturday sees a day of music and revelry in Parliament Street, while an Indian festival will bring the Royal Ascot experience to a close tomorrow.
    • The place was packed, we drank beer, ate chips and crab sticks, indulged in much drunken revelry with loads of laughing friends.
    • He took delight in game hunting, dousing himself in good drink and revelry.
    • Expect beerhall revelry, stiff-legged dancing and lots of ruthlessly efficient singing.
    • They come with the fanfare and revelry of a merrymaker to cast a wider net and test their own luck in this prime market.
    • I am off to my sister's house for a night of drunken revelry and debauchery.
    • It has become the Jewish Mardi Gras, a day of revelry, drinking, and masquerades.
    • Voting has slowed down as everyone strolls off to their debauchery and revelry.
    • In most people's eyes, Shanghai was an extremely glamorous city during that period, with a splendid variety of entertainment venues for revelries.
    • Carnival revelry usually involves large crowds of people packed together - a perfect opportunity for pickpockets.
    • Some twirled around while others puddled about forcing some of the pedestrians to stop and take note of their revelry.
    • Later on there would be a banquet in his honour, with special entertainments and revelries, and tomorrow he would have his first Skill lesson.
    • From all sides came sounds of revelry from cafés and restaurants.
    • She could not help but feel anxious and she almost wished for the fun and celebratory times of the revelries.
    • An antiquated licensing law may put a dampener on New Year's Eve revelry across the county and give licensees and police a major headache.
    • And they come, torn away from their television sets, from their hi-fi systems, from their pub and club bars, from their revelries, from their private parties.
    • Coates-Jones's paintings, also newly commissioned, convey her revelry in light, colour and life.
    • Angry, he went back to Moscow and once again engaged in a life of revelry, drinking, gambling and womanizing.