Traducción de elation en español:

elation

euforia, n.

Pronunciación /iˈleɪʃ(ə)n/ /ɪˈleɪʃ(ə)n/

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    euforia femenino
    júbilo masculino literario
    • We caught the shuttle back to Heathrow, and arrived back with our heads still dizzy with emotion, a mixture of elation and relief.
    • Couldn't it be an illusion of people gone astray in elation and ecstasy?
    • Eventually the finish line draws into view and it is at an end: a complex surge of relief and elation floods the veins.
    • It took me two months to work up the courage to ask her out and the relief and elation when she said yes was immeasurable.
    • The feeling of elation and relief after completing the course was indescribable.
    • Laughter is a gift from the divine. It is the divine expressing joy and elation through us.
    • The trek entails moments of extreme discomfort as well as overwhelming joy and elation.
    • Mood may be labile, shifting from depression to euphoria or elation to fear and panic.
    • Her temporary relief and elation was immediately washed away when she lifted her head again and looked around.
    • You feel everything from a nervousness bordering on paranoia to relief and - hopefully - elation.
    • There will be fab bands and, as stated, elation that has never before been felt.
    • I never knew it was possible to feel both elation and dread at the same time.
    • And together the group experienced elation and exhaustion as they slogged through stunning terrain.
    • My periods of distress and elation and my innumerable naps follow the pattern of jet lag, except I'm at home.
    • Taking off to places unknown, with your motorcycle for company and a feeling of elation can be a great experience.
    • My surge of elation was fleeting; I knew it was too good to be true.
    • Misery gave way to elation, however, when spears of sunlight rent the clouds, gilding the watery flatlands of Lewis.
    • As we made our way to the car, our feeling of elation quickly fizzled.
    • However, that elation has been mixed with some sadness as well.
    • The effort and commitment meant the result offered accomplishment rather than elation.