Translation of ecstatic in Spanish:

ecstatic

Pronunciation: /ɪkˈstætɪk/

adj

  • [look/expression] extasiado, extático; [applause] clamoroso, frenético the team was in an ecstatic mood el equipo estaba eufórico she's ecstatic about the new house está contentísima con la nueva casa
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    • When my eyes finally adjusted I was ecstatic with happiness.
    • Here's how ecstatic Boston fans got the news from their morning paper.
    • But I hoped he felt the same as I had, ecstatic and bubbling with happiness.
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    • Religion has always provided some kind of ecstatic experience.
    • Are the people who experience ecstatic religious states just having a really good trip?
    • Much of Sufism seems to be focused on trying to raise up that higher self, the ecstatic experience in which you are in union with God.

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