Word: ecstasies

Category: ecstasies

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Synonyms: ecstasies

rapture, bliss, elation, euphoria, transports, rhapsodies, joy, jubilation, exultation, transport, raptus, exaltation, go, disco biscuit

Translations: ecstasies

spanish
éxtasis, los éxtasis, el éxtasis, de éxtasis


german
ekstasen, verzückungen

french
extases, extase, des extases, les extases, extasier

italian
estasi, le estasi, visibilio

portuguese
êxtases, êxtase, os êxtases

dutch
extase, extases, vervoering, extasen

russian
восторги, экстазы, экстаз, экстазов, экстаза

norwegian
ekstaser, ekstasen, ekstase, ekstasene, Nattens ekstase

swedish
extaser, extas, extatiska, hänryckning

finnish
ekstaasissa

danish
Extaser, ekstaser, ekstase, henrykkelse

czech
extáze

polish
ekstaz, ekstazy

hungarian
eksztázisba, extázis, magukon, extázisban, eksztázisba jöttek

greek
εκστάσεις, έκσταση, εξάρσεις, εκστασιάζομαι, εκστατικών

ukrainian
захвати, захоплення, захват

bulgarian
екстаз, възторг, на екстаз

belarusian
захапленні, захапленне, імпэт, захапленьне, пяшчоты

estonian
ekstaasist, Ekstaasissa, Enthousiast

croatian
ekstaze

lithuanian
ekstazės

latvian
ekstāzes

macedonian
екстази, екстаза

romanian
extaze, extaz, extazele, extazuri, extazul

slovenian
ekstaze

slovak
extázy, extáza, extáze, extázu

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The meaning and "use of": ecstasies

noun
  • an overwhelming feeling of great happiness or joyful excitement.
  • an emotional or religious frenzy or trancelike state, originally one involving an experience of mystic self-transcendence.
  • an amphetamine-based synthetic drug with euphoric and hallucinatory effects, originally promoted as an adjunct to psychotherapy.

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