Spanish translation of 'delirious'
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Example Sentences Including 'delirious'
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The band was cheered to the echo by a delirious crowd, partly because this was such a rare treat.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The infectious glam stomp of the closer Retreat explodes in delirious joy, a fitting high note on which to end.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
THE noise was deafening as a delirious Manchester crowd rose to applaud a stunning home win.The Sun (2009)
The ecstatic Cobblers boss savoured the moment as his side sang and danced in front of thousands of delirious fans at the end.The Sun (2016)
To bag an edgy first win of the season would have sent the fans home delirious.The Sun (2010)
When their delirious fans trampled over a Coral advertising board to swarm on to hostile territory and embrace their heroes, they thought they had it.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
I felt almost delirious with disclosure.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
And he was left fuming by City's delirious celebrations at the final whistle.The Sun (2008)
City fans were delirious with delight at the prospect of glory days returning.The Sun (2012)
Felt almost delirious from the lack of sleep - but pleasantly so.The Sun (2011)
For the delirious fans, plus one diminutive golfer, it provided the perfect finish to a perfect day.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It was a sentiment shared by tens of thousands more delirious fans in pubs all across Bournemouth.The Sun (2015)
The delirious crowd, leapt to its feet and cheered.The Sun (2012)
The goals sparked delirious celebrations from 30,000 England fans packing the stadium.The Sun (2006)
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British English: delirious ADJECTIVE
Someone who is delirious is unable to think or speak in a sensible and reasonable way, usually because they have a fever.
I was delirious and blacked out several times.
Translation of delirious from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary