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Spanish translation of “glee”

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glee

noun /ɡliː/
great delight
júbilo, alegría, regocijo
The children shouted with glee when they saw their presents.
gleeful adjective
jubiloso, alegre
She had a gleeful expression on her face.
gleefully adverb
con júbilo, alegremente
He gleefully unwrapped his birthday present.
Translations of “glee”
in Korean 신나는 기분…
in Arabic بَهْجة, غِبْطة…
in French joie…
in Italian gioia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 快樂, 興奮, 高興…
in Russian ликование…
in Turkish başkalarının kötü şansı veya iyi şansından dolayı duyulan büyük mutluluk, sevinç…
in Polish radość…
in Portuguese euforia…
in German die Fröhlichkeit…
in Catalan alegria…
in Japanese 歓喜…
in Chinese (Simplified) 快乐, 兴奋, 高兴…
(Definition of glee from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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