- 1 (frolic) retozo (masculine) the children dashed off for a romp in the snow los niños salieron a retozar en la nieveMore example sentences
- I quickly changed out of the white gown, and hung it up to dry, for it was partially damp due to my romp through the snow.
- It's daughter Caroline's third birthday and a proud and happy little girl turns church-going into a gleeful romp.
- 2 (sexual) revolcón (masculine) [colloquial/familiar]More example sentences
- As a homosexual, I would also be disapproving of promiscuous, illicit bathroom romps, simply because of the moral code by which I live.
- The songwriter's lyrics are peppered with references to vampires, premonitions, smoke and mirrors, no strings attached sexual romps and Elvis rising from the dead.
- The image does look as if these texts describe a harmless aristocratic sexual romp.
- 3 (play, film, novel)[ obra divertida y sin pretensiones ]More example sentences
- Hodges found the production chaotic but managed to ‘let go’, producing a lavish and enjoyable comic sci-fi romp.
- In all actuality, this film is a light-hearted action romp that has its tongue firmly planted in its cheek.
- The elements are present for a really good sci-fi cinematic romp but unfortunately the movie's screenplay holds the film back from achieving great things.
- 4 (easy victory) carrera (feminine) fácilMore example sentences
- Brock scored four more goals in the third period to cap off the romp with three of those coming in the last five minutes of the game.
- But England will take what they can from a 12-try romp against the hapless Canadians.
- Vale of Lune made club history with a six try romp at Morley at the weekend.
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- 1.1 (frolic) retozar* 1.2 (move boisterously) correr alegremente 1.3 (move with ease) (+ adverb complement/+ adverbio predicativo) she romped through the exam no tuvo problemas para hacer el examen he has romped into a spectacular lead ha conseguido sin dificultad una ventaja espectacular
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
The Chilean presidential palace in the capital, Santiago, is called Palacio de la Moneda.