Translation of exultant in Spanish:

exultant

Pronunciation: /ɪgˈzʌltnt/

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  • [formal] [person/crowd] jubiloso, exultante (de alegría) [formal]; [cry/shout] de júbilo
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    • I can't see why every party newspaper instead finds it necessary to display exultant, triumphant headlines after each election.
    • He confessed that after two days of the Games, and two gold medals on the opening night before an exultant home crowd, he was mentally drained when he faced van den Hoogenband on the third day.
    • Chelsea set aside the mouthwatering prospect of the Champions League draw against Barcelona to return to their bread and butter and produced a goal feast for an exultant crowd.

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