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optimism

noun /ˈoptimizəm/
a state of mind in which one always hopes or expects that something good will happen
optimismo
Even when it was obvious to the others that he was not going to succeed, he was full of optimism.
optimist noun
optimista
optimistic adjective always hoping or believing that something good will happen
optimista
an optimistic person/attitude.
optimistically adverb
con optimismo
He optimistically expected to be offered the job.
Translations of “optimism”
in Arabic تَفاؤل…
in Korean 낙천주의…
in Malaysian sikap optimis…
in French optimisme…
in Turkish iyimserlik…
in Italian ottimismo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樂觀, 樂觀主義…
in Russian оптимизм…
in Polish optymizm…
in Vietnamese chủ nghĩa lạc quan…
in Portuguese otimismo…
in Thai การมองในแง่ดี…
in German der Optimismus…
in Catalan optimisme…
in Japanese 楽観主義…
in Indonesian optimisme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 乐观, 乐观主义…
(Definition of optimism from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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