English to Welsh Meaning :: elated

Elated :
elated
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Verb(1) fill with high spirits; fill with optimism

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(1) His eye, elate with happiness, was reading eagerly the tearful gaze of Haidee, when suddenly the door opened.(2) So by the time the water company was ready to finally start digging, people were elated but jaded.(3) I was elated by the euphoria and the celebrations that followed our victory.(4) They burst into the room, giggling and talking elatedly as they congratulated one another on the success of their stage debut.(5) If he feels free to talk to his mom honestly about what is going on sexually, I'm elated .(6) The sheriff said the casino owners were elated to get the cash back, even if it was a little wet.(7) We were elated when, with a slight thud, our car nudged into the warmth of the terminal station.(8) We were elated to move out of the apartment and into this house with all these rooms.(9) I walked the few blocks to the flower shop with a mixture of nervousness and elatedness .(10) ÔÇÿIt's a girl,ÔÇÖ the doctor announced elatedly , giving her to the nurses to wipe and clean her off.(11) The kid was elated and told me two or three times about how she had found the way and saved us.(12) Obviously, Indonesian artists were elated to learn of the appointment of Dullah.(13) And the child was elated because she had been consulted, she didn't feel powerless.(14) The exhausted 58-year-old said he was elated when he arrived back at the school.(15) I was so elated and overwhelmed that my first immediate reaction was to cry.(16) I was truly elated to be graduating finally after six drawn out years in computing science.
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(1) elate ::
elate
(2) be elated ::
yn elated
Synonyms
Adjective
2. delighted ::
falch iawn
3. overjoyed ::
fodd
5. euphoric ::
euphoric
6. very happy ::
hapus iawn
7. joyous ::
llawen
8. gleeful ::
afieithus
9. jubilant ::
bodd
10. beside oneself ::
wrth ochr eich hun
11. exultant ::
gorfoleddus
13. in raptures ::
yn raptures
14. walking on air ::
cerdded ar yr awyr
15. on cloud nine ::
ar gwmwl naw
16. in seventh heaven ::
yn seithfed nef
17. jumping for joy ::
neidio o lawenydd
19. on top of the world ::
ar ben y byd
20. over the moon ::
dros y lleuad
21. on a high ::
ar nodyn uchel
22. tickled pink ::
pinc Tickled
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