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 Übersetzung für 'ebullient' von Englisch nach Deutsch
ADJ   ebullient | more ebullient | most ebullient
SYNO ebullient | exuberant | high-spirited
ebullient {adj}überschwänglich
718
ebullient {adj}übersprudelnd
310
ebullient {adj}überschäumend
65
ebullient welcomeüberschwänglicher Empfang {m}
to be in ebullient spirits(bei) bester Laune sein
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Apart from the song count-offs, television samples and ebullient vociferations heard on previous albums, it is the only album by the band to feature vocals.
  • The polonaise opens in fanfare and moves into an ebullient dance form.
  • An ebullient and well-dressed character who always wore a gold chained pocket watch, he was regarded as an inspirational leader, who worked extremely hard yet also had a great capacity for enjoying life.
  • One evening, feeling the need for some excitement, she goes to a boxing match and sits next to the ebullient Martin.
  • The building is representative of the ebullient architecture that was common in Kalgoorlie during the gold boom.

  • Udayan has an ebullient alumni which regularly holds re-union gatherings for the ex-students.
  • Keith Hay is described as an 'enthusiastic ‘arm-waver’ who inspired loyalty, as well as confident, ebullient and generous in nature, with a ‘bullet head, rubicund features and wide, toothy smile’.
  • An ebullient sense of European imperialism encouraged an official architecture to reflect it in Britain and France, and in Germany and Italy the Baroque Revival expressed pride in the new power of the unified state.
  • John Amen in "No Depression": "a project that oozes an ebullient ’70s-rock-and-pop vibe, the 73-year-old delivering some of the more infectious songs of his career".
  • His influence was determined not only by belonging to the strongest surname among the Ubykhs, but also by his ebullient energy, courage and intelligence."

  • The French publisher who met Paek several times described him as "ebullient, kind" and "an enthusiastic champion of North Korean literature".
  • A review from AllMusic says that the album was made "with the aim of promoting a positive and joyful message in times of trouble and negativity" and was "Rich with ebullient full-throated vocals, fiddles, banjo, and plenty of hearty strumming".
  • The church was designed by Filippo Juvarra and with a convex marble facade by Anton Maria Pirovano. The skyline of the facade and bell-tower is populated by an ebullient crowd of statues.
  • Alexander Lavut was born on 4 July 1929, the son of entrepreneur Pavel Ilyich Lavut (1898–1979), an ebullient figure on the cultural scene of the Soviet 1920s, mentioned in the works of Vladimir Mayakovsky ("that soft-spoken Jew Lavut").
  • "JazzTimes" observed "His charts, which feel Latin but aren’t idiomatically so, strip the original iterations of syrup and cheese, balancing Murray’s ebullient ensemble dissonances with keen attention to melody".

  • As a player, Guillén was respected for his passion, speed, hustle, intensity and defensive abilities and his ebullient love for the game.
  • Mincham describes the da capo aria as "joyously ebullient".
  • As much as his considerable skill with the camera, Emilio Lari's ebullient personality and playful eye characterises his unique brand of photography.
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