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 Übersetzung für 'ebullience' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   ebullience | -
SYNO ebullience | enthusiasm | exuberance
ebullienceÜberschwänglichkeit {f}
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ebullienceÜberschwenglichkeit {f} [alt]
ebullience [exuberance](überschwängliche) Ausgelassenheit {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Despite the subject matter of the musical, a strong emphasis is placed on the positive mentality and natural ebullience of the so-called 'cockney sparrows', this leading to a number of cheerful and entertaining vocal numbers and dance routines.
  • "Boston" has been described as a pivot in the transition of mainstream American rock from blues-based proto-metal to power pop, "combining some of the ebullience of the rock era's early days with the precision and technology that would mark rock record productions from then on."
  • A love triangle between the poor apprentice Mengone, the rich and assured dandy Volpino, and the local apothecary's ward, Grilletta, "Lo speziale" is a comedy of great warmth and ebullience.
  • Abram Chayes was heralded by many as “a wonderfully gregarious man” who, throughout his tenure at Harvard Law School, always “could be counted upon to greet the newest faculty recruits with genuine ebullience, curiosity and good-will.” His abundant good faith and zest for life spilled over into his intellectual endeavors, allowing him to truly foster a new way of thinking about the international law and the way it impacts world affairs.
  • Ninian was also a keen yachtsman and regularly raced his yachts on the Clyde with the same competitive spirit and ebullience as in his motor racing.

  • "NME" described it as "a dreary thing indeed", whereas Allmusic described it as a "self-consciously mature departure from the group's usual ebullience...
  • In a fifth method of hydromancy mysterious words are pronounced over a glass of water, then observations are made of its spontaneous ebullience.
  • The massive elaborate building synthesises Renaissance revival, French Second Empire and French Renaissance elements and was both hailed and criticised for its extraordinary ebullience.
  • Film critic Charles Champlin noted the "ebullience and wit" of her writing.
  • It's top-quality music, but look to Dance for more liveliness and ebullience in this phase of Paul Motian's career."

  • The lyrics on "Emotion" "shade her old ebullience with darker, more complex feelings", and it is sonically grounded with "earthier textures" from 80s R&B–cleansing herself of the "Cinderella" performances during the record's production.
  • this is rooted in the Neoplatonic notion of "ebullience; boiling over" of the One that cannot hold back its abundance of Being.
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