English translation of 'esperançoso'
esperançosoesperançosa [isperãˈsozu, ɔza]
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'esperançoso' in Other Languages
British English: hopeful /ˈhəʊpfʊl/ ADJECTIVE
If you are hopeful, you are fairly confident that something that you want to happen will happen.
The doctors are hopeful that she'll get better soon.
- American English: hopeful
- Arabic: آمِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: esperançoso
- Chinese: 有希望的
- Croatian: optimističan
- Czech: nadějný
- Danish: forhåbningsfuld
- Dutch: hoopvol
- European Spanish: esperanzado
- Finnish: toiveikas
- French: optimiste
- German: hoffnungsvoll
- Greek: αισιόδοξος
- Italian: speranzoso
- Japanese: 希望が持てる
- Korean: 희망적인
- Norwegian: forventningsfull
- Polish: pełny nadziei
- European Portuguese: esperançoso
- Romanian: optimist
- Russian: надеющийся
- Spanish: esperanzado
- Swedish: hoppfull
- Thai: มีความหวัง
- Turkish: umutlu
- Ukrainian: оптимістичний
- Vietnamese: đầy hy vọng
Translation of esperançoso from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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