Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

alegrarse in English:

1. rejoice


John's mother rejoiced when she learned that he had survived the accident.
His family rejoiced to see him alive and well.
I rejoice in your success.
Can a being create the fifty billion galaxies, each with one hundred billion stars, then rejoice in the smell of burning goat flesh?
Rejoice, lest pleasureless ye die.
Australians all let us rejoice for we are young and free. We’ve golden soil and wealth for toil. Our home is girt by sea.

English word "alegrarse"(rejoice) occurs in sets:

Fichas del libro - "Poetry" (Thomas Oldham)
Fichas del libro - "If Any Man Sin" (H. A. Cody)
Fichas del libro - "Poems" (Jamie Harris Coleman)
Fichas del libro - "Daisy" (Elizabeth Wetherell)
Fichas del libro - "Ann and her Mother" (O. Douglas)

2. cheer up


I brought in some flowers to cheer up the room.
Last year in London, twenty tons of presents were donated, wrapped, and delivered to a local hospital to cheer up sick children who couldn't go home for Christmas.
„Hey Pam, cheer up! You shouldn’t worry about this stupid thing!”
Come on, cheer up! It’s not the end of the world!
cheer up I am sure things will get better tomorrow
to cheer up our mood

English word "alegrarse"(cheer up) occurs in sets:

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