Translation of delight in Spanish:
- 1.1 uncountable (joy) she could not conceal her delightto take delight in somethingno podía disimular el placer que sentíahe takes great delight in teasing his sisterdisfrutar or gozar con algoto my delight, she wondisfruta or goza enormemente haciendo rabiar a su hermanase deleita haciendo rabiar a su hermanaganó, para gran alegría míaExample sentences1.2 countable (source of joy) her happiness was a delight to see
era un placer or una delicia verla tan felizdaba gusto verla tan felizExample sentences
- He took great delight there to go to the bookbinders' shops and lie gaping on maps.
- He took great delight that she had already started her golf lessons.
- The place was overflowing the girls, squealing in delight, holding cameras and cheering.
- Meanwhile, the city has become a gleaming, shining pretty pearl in a box of pleasures and delights.
- All disciples of cinematic perversion know too well the delights of suffering in the face of intense pleasure.
- Bored of earthly delights, he takes his compulsion for pleasure to the nth degree.
- (make very happy)llenar de alegría(give pleasure to)his success delighted themthe clown delighted the childrensu éxito los llenó de alegríamusic to delight the earel payaso hizo las delicias de or deleitó a los niñosmúsica que es un deleite or placer para el oídoExample sentences
- It was here he held court late into the night, cajoling, entertaining and delighting friends from various walks of life.
- The gods and monsters of khon have been delighting Siamese audiences for the past seven centuries, though for the majority of its history those audiences only included ancient VIPs.
- The production made its Australian debut in 2000 receiving rave reviews from the Australian press and delighting audiences in Sydney and Melbourne.
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In some parts of Spain, the name given to a weekly open-air flea market where all kinds of items are sold is a rastro. The name El Rastro as such refers to a very big market of this type held in Madrid at weekends.