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exhilarate

verb [T] uk   /ɪɡˈzɪl.ə.reɪt/ us  
to give someone strong feelings of happiness and excitement
Translations of “exhilarate”
in Spanish animar…
in Korean 아주 기쁘게 하다…
in Arabic يَبهِج…
in Portuguese animar, emocionar, regozijar…
in French ragaillardir…
in German aufheitern…
in Catalan excitar, entusiasmar…
in Japanese (人)をうきうきさせる…
in Italian esilarare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使高興, 使興奮, 使激動萬分…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使高兴, 使兴奋, 使激动万分…
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