Translation of rebosar in English:
- 1.1 (de alegría, felicidad) See examples:rebosar
dealgorebosaba de entusiasmoto brim o bubble over withsomethingrebosa de saludhe was brimming with o bubbling over with enthusiasm1.2she's bursting o brimming with health(agua/embalse)las copas rebosabanel estadio rebosaba de gentethe glasses were filled o full to the brimthe stadium was overflowing with peoplethe stadium was full to bursting
- Y tu buena vibra funcionó, esa sala rebosaba de cariño y alegría.
- Su mensaje debió rebosar esperanza y fue todo lo contrario.
- Fanning sigue rebosando energía y le gusta actuar y bailar.
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