Translation of rousing in Spanish:

rousing

vehemente, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈraʊzɪŋ//ˈraʊzɪŋ/

adjective

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    (speech/words) vehemente
    (words/speech) enardecedor
    (cheers/applause) caluroso
    (cheers/applause) entusiasta
    (applause/cheers) clamoroso
    • The Harlem Gospel Choir is a really rousing outfit with its foot-stomping, hand-clapping blues and spirituals.
    • Everyone sang the Marseillaise, moderates and radicals alike, in a rousing show of unity.
    • His rousing speech did wonders on the spirit and enthusiasm of the men, for a few hours.
    • Laya Kavya was marked by vigorous footwork providing a rousing finale.
    • The two finales commence in a very assertive mood, always generating that kind of exciting energy which finally leads to a rousing and brilliant conclusion.
    • Coleman also presented an original and rousing lecture at MCA that included slides of Coleman himself looking at the work in the exhibition punctuated by humorous yet insightful commentary.
    • The rousing finale made up for that, anyway, and its charged conclusion was greeted with enthusiastic and much deserved applause.
    • It's the rousing finale to the exciting Angel series.
    • The album opens with gentle acoustic guitar, coupled with plaintive vocals, which soon crashes into a rousing sing-along of a chorus, complete with fuzzy basslines and distorted guitars.
    • Before we begin, let's all join in a rousing chorus of our anthem.
    • That impressive pedigree transmits well to this film, a rousing tale of survival against the odds that's partly inspired by a true story.
    • Here is another rousing reminder of the glorious dance styles that swept across west Africa in the 1960s and 1970s.
    • The outer movements are best - rousing and exciting music that can help cover the lack of great melodies.
    • He soon diluted his rousing speeches to become more pragmatic, a move that garnered a broader support platform that enabled him to take 61 per cent of the vote in last October's presidential elections.
    • After a rousing locker room speech by Coach, we went to speak with the media for a few minutes, and then made our way back to the charter bus.
    • What some attendees remember best is not so much the generous hospitality as the rousing speeches which he would deliver to his executive fan club.
    • Certainly, this apathetic behaviour can be explained in part by disappointment with a government that many feel has not lived up to its rousing promises of four years ago.
    • While not an absolute pleasure, it's a rousing bit of high-energy entertainment.
    • It's a rousing, inspiring onslaught that succeeds in raising the hairs on the back of your neck.
    • I would have liked to see some kind of rousing, spirit-lifting choreographed song and dance.