Definición de enliven en inglés:

enliven

Silabificación: en·liv·en
Pronunciación: /enˈlīvən
 
/

verbo

[with object]
1Make (something) more entertaining, interesting, or appealing: the wartime routine was enlivened by a series of concerts
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • And as a prolific writer armed with wit, his articles enlivened the pages of the magazines.
  • Set in a Fife factory and drawn from personal experiences, the bleak subject is enlivened with humour and wit.
  • Entertainment workers enlivened the rally with their acts.
Sinónimos
liven up, spice up, add spice to, ginger up, vitalize, leaven
informal perk up, pep up
1.1Make (someone) more cheerful or animated: the visit had clearly enlivened my mother
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • What enlivens us and mobilizes the will to live in each of us is profoundly unique.
  • Their words, she says, not only enliven her but also help jog her memory about speeches she's given during the past 15 years.
  • The music of Laurie Lewis will surprise you, enliven you, and cause you to reflect - just like bird songs themselves.
Sinónimos
cheer up, brighten up, liven up, raise someone's spirits, uplift, gladden, buoy up, animate, vivify, vitalize, invigorate, restore, revive, refresh, rejuvenate, re-energize, stimulate, rouse, boost, exhilarate, light a fire under
informal perk up, buck up, pep up

Origen

mid 17th century (in the sense 'restore to life, give life to'; formerly also as inliven): from 16th-century enlive, inlive (in the same sense), from en-1, in-2 (as an intensifier) + life.

Derivativos

enlivener

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Parsley, enlivener of mashed potatoes, has long been used to banish bloating.
  • To be effective as an enlivener of others, a clergyman should have his own growth group for continuing professional renewal.
  • An enlivener of many a house party, he overcame academic challenges, especially encounters with French, to earn his diploma in 1956.

enlivenment

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A sign of this enlivenment is the opening of new galleries, which will offer a refuge for both artists and admirers of their art.
  • As its manager and director from 1960 to 1963, King staged plays by white and black playwrights, including Milner's, eventually exchanging the middle class for a neighborhood audience to the enlivenment of the productions.

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