Translation of carouse in Spanish:


estar de juerga, v.

Pronunciation /kəˈraʊz/

intransitive verb

literary, humorous
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    estar de juerga informal
    estar de jarana informal
    • The Middleton Guardian was told that up to 60 vandals regularly invade the grounds and spend the whole night drinking and carousing, leaving a trail of dangerous debris in their wake.
    • He looked weary and about three years older - like he had just spent an entire night carousing through Detroit and drinking to his heart's content.
    • He is a respectable businessman now but when we were young we terrorised Glasgow's nightclubs, drinking, carousing and doing a lot else I can't mention.
    • There was the opportunity to continue drinking and carousing, but I'd had enough.
    • He would come home early, early in the morning - after work, he would go out drinking and carousing, so his adventures would take until after midnight to culminate.
    • They go out dining, drinking, and carousing together.
    • Are all the symbols of a modern Christmas, with its glitz, glamour, over eating, drinking, carousing in keeping with the simple story of the Nativity?
    • We drank, caroused, sang, read, shared and worked together, only to part forever from each other's company.
    • There's evidence to support this, too: where I used to go out carousing until the wee small hours during the week, I'm now more likely to be moderate and in bed by midnight - even on the weekends.
    • A fine night's carousing at the college ball was followed by a boisterous afternoon on the river at the annual regatta.
    • It is the morning after the night before and he is looking relatively chipper despite a late night carousing in Glasgow.
    • As well as turning back the clock on the field, the end of the 90 minutes simply signalled the beginning of a great night's carousing and reminiscing at the players' post-match party.
    • All the other guys on the basketball team were already carousing, dancing with girls and eating to their heart's content.
    • Instead of returning home, he made a night of it, carousing with his friends.
    • She felt closer to her father and her own pirate blood that night, carousing in the pirate town of Tortuga.
    • He died a young man and it was possible that his lifestyle sleeping in wet clothes, drinking and carousing led to his death.
    • I was raised a strict Mormon; alcohol, smoking, going to bars, carousing, etc. were against the rules of the religion.
    • She was stuck indoors with the kids while he was out carousing.
    • It's a day of drinking, carousing and live music.
    • Everyone's out carousing in the street anyway.