Translation of rollicking in Spanish:

rollicking

alegre, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈrɒlɪkɪŋ//ˈrɑlɪkɪŋ/

adjective

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    alegre
    divertido
    we had a rollicking (good) time nos divertimos como locos informal
    • Sadly, the pace slows down considerably at the one-hour mark, and the film has a hard time recovering the sense of rollicking adventure supplied by the first half.
    • With mocking, rollicking, sigh-streaked guffaws, his film ignites that inward turning, perhaps into directions he did not visualise.
    • For the $10 admission, participants will get an evening of rollicking entertainment and a chance to win prizes in bingo-themed contests and games.
    • The song is a non-stop rollicking hardcore fiasco with a fantastic poppy sing-a-long chorus.
    • A break from the rollicking pastorals of the first four tracks, it serves as the album's star-gazing intermission; from here, it moves towards a safer indie-pop sound.
    • The rollicking rock moment sounds like it could have been lifted straight from the his songbook and screams ‘hit.’
    • His new show got off to a rollicking start last Friday.
    • This wonderfully-illustrated edition of the poem, which is rarely reproduced in its entirety, begins in hushed suspense, and then builds into a dramatic crescendo as the rollicking verses usher in the mysterious midnight visitor.
    • They have a very tight rollicking sound that will appeal to listeners.
    • But, overall, this is rollicking good fun and a genuinely thrilling entry into the movie series which does much to erase any doubts that their finest had lost his edge.
    • The album occupies three basic spaces: sparse and mournful, prickly and lush, and rollicking, but no two songs that might fit into any of the three categories sound the same.
    • The winners were announced at the end, but the prizes didn't matter when everyone had had such a rollicking time.
    • That is the beginning of a rollicking adventure that involves a blacksmith's assistant, a straight laced lieutenant and a chest of Aztec gold.
    • The sun shone through the trees and leaves and cast a plethora of rollicking leaf shadows upon the ground.
    • Sunday's closing gala cabaret promises to be a rollicking affair.
    • The sort of rollicking adventure mini-series that only ever gets screened during the holidays and may entertain the kids for a couple of hours.
    • A group of lumberjacks supply a light, Broadway-like component of the piece, with rollicking ensemble scenes.
    • Real estate developers and students will have a rollicking time.
    • It is a rollicking number, I will admit that much, but it lacks either the inspiration or the desire to sound at all unique.
    • One would've had more rollicking good fun in an evening of prayers for the dead.