Translation of thrill in Spanish:
- 1 (tremor, wave) he felt a thrill of fearse estremeció de miedojust thinking about it sent a thrill down his spinese estremecía de solo pensarloExample sentences
- But most of all I'm getting thrills of emotions that I haven't felt for such a long time, that I'd almost forgotten.
- At points it hugs the very edge of the rim, giving me a nervous thrill.
- Hikari knew the striking thrill of emotion before she could even think about it.
- 2 (excitement) all the thrills and spills of Formula One racingtodas las emociones de las carreras de Fórmula Unomeeting her was a real thrillfue verdaderamente emocionante conocerlame hizo mucha ilusión conocerla (Spain)what a thrill! he gets a thrill out of the kids' enjoymentél goza con que los niños disfrutenhe got a cheap thrill out of spying on themse excitaba or se regodeaba espiándolosExample sentences
- He felt the thrill and excitement tingle up his back and he gave a small shiver, stepping closer to her.
- Even when it came, the first 0-0 draw of the World Cup between world champions France and Uruguay, was full of thrills, drama and excitement.
- For the growing tribe of philatelists in the city, stamp collection provides a window to the world with all the thrills and pleasures of an educative and fascinating hobby.
- The thrill and sheer experience of Rome is very distinctive and unique.
- That experience was a thrill for me, especially when he commented that I caught on rather quickly to things that had taken him most of his childhood to master.
- Listening to Scott's deep pride and simple joy as she described her Olympic experience was a thrill.
- it thrilled me to think that …me emocionaba or ( (Spain) tb) me hacía mucha ilusión pensar que …the prospect doesn't exactly thrill mela verdad es que la perspectiva no me entusiasmaExample sentences
- For their part, the people were thrilled with their new Queen.
- I answer all me fan mail personally and I believe in that, because I'm thrilled to bits.
- But you know, we're just thrilled with the success that the show has had.
- to thrill
tosomethingestremecerse conalgoExample sentences
- Contempt is a daring idea to build a character around, much less a whole movie, and you thrill to Norton's hyperactive rant, his attitude.
- What urban child doesn't thrill to the idea of clear pools and islands, the cleanness, the space, the apparently ownerless wilderness that they can call their own?
- We thrill to their victories, commit their most heroic moments to memory, defend our favourite players with almost theological passion.
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