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exhilarate

verb /iɡˈziləreit/
to make (a person) feel happy and lively
animar
He was exhilarated by the walk.
exhilaration noun
alegría
a feeling of exhilaration.
exhilarating adjective
estimulante
an exhilarating experience.
Translations of “exhilarate”
in Arabic يَبهِج…
in Korean 아주 기쁘게 하다…
in Malaysian menggembirakan…
in French ragaillardir…
in Italian esilarare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使高興, 使興奮, 使激動萬分…
in Vietnamese làm vui vẻ…
in Portuguese animar, emocionar, regozijar…
in Thai ทำให้เบิกบานใจ…
in German aufheitern…
in Catalan excitar, entusiasmar…
in Japanese (人)をうきうきさせる…
in Indonesian menggembirakan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使高兴, 使兴奋, 使激动万分…
(Definition of exhilarate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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