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rapture

noun /ˈrӕptʃə/
great delight
éxtasis
religious rapture.
rapturous adjective showing great delight
entusiasta
They gave him a rapturous welcome.
rapturously adverb
con mucho entusiasmo
in raptures greatly delighted
encantado
She was in raptures about her beautiful new car.
Translations of “rapture”
in Korean 황홀…
in Arabic نَشوة…
in French ravissement…
in Italian estasi, rapimento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 狂喜, 歡天喜地, 興高采烈…
in Russian восторг…
in Turkish coşku, kendinden geçme, aşırı heyecana kapılma…
in Polish zachwyt…
in Portuguese êxtase, enlevo…
in German das Entzücken…
in Catalan entusiasme, èxtasi…
in Japanese 歓喜, 有頂天…
in Chinese (Simplified) 狂喜, 欢天喜地, 兴高采烈…
(Definition of rapture from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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