Translation of exuberant in Spanish:

exuberant

Pronunciation: /ɪgˈzuːbərənt; ɪgˈzjuːbərənt/

adj

  • 1.1 (vigorous, profuse) [style/foliage] exuberante
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    • Prune as needed to keep the exuberant foliage from casting unwanted shade on neighboring plants.
    • He was just 40, and in this rural idyll he began to paint landscapes filled with lush, exuberant nature.
    • There are myriad greens in this landscape but in winter the new growth brings forth a richer than rich green - a vibrant, exuberant, vivid celebration of green.
    1.2 (lively) [person/character] desbordante de vida y entusiasmo she was in exuberant high spirits estaba eufórica
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    • He is an exuberant young man full of energy.
    • Everyone looked fit and well and appeared to be in supremely good health as well as exuberant and excited mood.
    • The folk dances were a bit bouncy, rather than earthbound, but done with exuberant energy.
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    • His exuberant style and strong narrative add to his creative substance.
    • His versatile and exuberant style captured the attention of galleries and collectors across the United States and more than 700 of his paintings sold in three years.
    • The rococo style is characterized by exuberant decoration and ornament frequently based on such natural motifs as shells, rocks, flowers, and leaves.

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