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ecstasy

/ˈekstəsi/
noun, plural ecstasies (a feeling of) very great joy or other overwhelming emotion
euforia
The sweet melody filled him with ecstasy.
(no plural) a narcotic drug
éxtasis
ecstatic /-ˈstӕ-/ adjective
extático, eufórico
He was in an ecstatic mood after winning the championship.
ecstatically adverb
con éxtasis
The teenage crowd screamed ecstatically when the band walked onto the stage.
Translations of “ecstasy”
in Korean 황홀감…
in Arabic نَشوة, ابتِهاج…
in French extase…
in Italian estasi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 情感, 狂喜,欣喜若狂…
in Russian экстаз, исступление…
in Turkish mest olma, kendinden geçme, ayağı yerden kesilme hali…
in Polish ekstaza, uniesienie…
in Portuguese êxtase, enlevo…
in German die Ekstase, die Verzückung…
in Catalan èxtasi…
in Japanese 有頂天…
in Chinese (Simplified) 情感, 狂喜,欣喜若狂…
(Definition of ecstasy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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