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Spanish translation of “bliss”

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bliss

noun /blis/
very great happiness
dicha, felicidad, júbilo
the bliss of a young married couple.
blissful adjective
dichoso, jubiloso
She spent a blissful half hour relaxing in the bath.
blissfully adverb
dichosamente
Terry was blissfully unaware of what had happened.
Translations of “bliss”
in French félicité…
in German die Glückseligkeit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 極樂,狂喜, 天賜之福…
in Russian блаженство…
in Turkish mutluluk, bahtiyarlık, saadet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极乐,狂喜, 天赐之福…
in Polish rozkosz…
(Definition of bliss from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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