Translation for 'vivacious' from English to Russian
ADJ   vivacious | more vivacious | most vivacious
SYNO vibrant | vivacious
бодрый {adj} [живой, оживлённый]vivacious [vigorous]
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Translation for 'vivacious' from English to Russian

vivacious [vigorous]
бодрый {adj} [живой, оживлённый]
Usage Examples English
  • Mama Hatun also remains a vivacious figure in Turkish folk literature to this day.
  • "Hollywood Wives" tells the stories of several women in Hollywood, ranging all the way from long-time talent agents and screenwriters to vivacious screen vixens and young, innocent newcomers.
  • Quepos is the gateway to Manuel Antonio National Park. The city is very tourism-oriented, having many bars and restaurants and a vivacious night-life.
  • Sanjana (Kareena Kapoor) is a vivacious young woman.
  • The vivacious construction of the Loggia is in stark contrast with the severe architecture of the Palazzo Vecchio. It is effectively an open-air sculpture gallery of antique and Renaissance art.

  • Although in general staying close to the plot of the book, the screenplay by Douglas McGrath enlivens the banter between the staid Mr Knightley and the vivacious Emma, making the basis of their attraction more apparent.
  • Her name in the Persian language means "The beautiful fascinating of vivacious spirit".
  • Set in Paris, the plot concerns Léon, an asocial man living with his mother who starts observing newcomer Lola, a vivacious Spaniard.
  • her particular vivacious charm and endearing personality."
  • In 2006 the actor and writer Simon Callow called "The Young Idea" "a remarkable play, alternately vivacious and painful, expressing all the young Coward's restless, almost violent, impulsiveness".

  • His friends remember him as a vivacious, always kindly and witty man, a brilliant improviser.
  • Cagney was a bit quieter and more reserved than her vivacious, talkative, loud partner Mary Beth Lacey, but could still relate to the world with attitudes that could be shared by people across the social spectrum.
  • Charlotte is about to complete an interior design course and is working on a major assignment with her vivacious client, Helen - played by Lyn Collingwood.
  • Lookpong has had a number of television presenter's job, a showcase for her vivacious, funny and witty personality.
  • Marie Bryant (November 6, 1919 – May 23, 1978) was an American dancer, singer and choreographer, described as "one of the most vivacious black dancers in the United States".

  • Back from Darmstadt, the vivacious child had become a young lady who, under the mask of good manners, calm and even temper, was concealing powerful feelings and an extraordinary sensitiveness.
  • Painted on wood with a narrow, fine brush, the work is unusually vivacious and detailed.
  • "Hum Ladkiyan - Maayke Se Sasural Tak" was a Hindi television drama series that first aired on 13 October 2008 on Sony TV channel. The story focused on the life journey of the four vivacious girls.
  • "Film4" [...] s summary was that it was "elevated above the ordinary by strong performances and a vivacious feel".
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