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Related to lyrical: wax lyrical
a. Expressing deep personal emotion or observations: a dancer's lyrical performance; a lyrical passage in his autobiography.
b. Highly enthusiastic; rhapsodic: gave a lyrical description of her experiences in the South Seas.
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3. enthusiastic; effusive (esp in the phrase to wax lyrical)
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|Adj.||1.||lyrical - suitable for or suggestive of singing|
|2.||lyrical - expressing deep emotion; "the dancer's lyrical performance"|
emotional - of more than usual emotion; "his behavior was highly emotional"
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lyrical[ˈlɪrɪkəl] ADJ (lit) → lírico (fig) → entusiasmado
to wax or become lyrical about or over sth → deshacerse en elogios a algo
he was waxing lyrical about my roast beef → se deshacía en elogios a mi rosbif, estaba entusiasmado con mi rosbif
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(= poetical) → lyrique
to grow lyrical (= very enthusiastic) → devenir lyrique
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lyrical[ˈlɪrɪk/əl] adj → lirico/a (fig) → entusiasta
to wax or become lyrical about sth → infervorarsi a parlare di qc
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