How to say 

"To rejoice" in Russian

Russian word of the day | Jul 30, 2020
[ ab-rá-da-va-tsa ]
Verb , perfective
Imperfective - ра́доваться (see below)
to be happy, to rejoice

The imperfective aspect

ра́доваться [rá-da-va-tsa] Verb
to be happy, to rejoice

Examples of "To rejoice" in Russian

  • Он о́чень обра́довался предоста́вившейся возмо́жности.

    on ó-cheen' ab-rá-da-val-sya pree-das-tá-veev-sheeî-sya vaz-mózh-nas-tee

    He was very happy about the new opportunity.

  • Большинство́ люде́й обра́довалось бы тако́му пода́рку.

    bal'- sheenst-vó lyu-dyéî ab-rá-da-va-las' be ta-kó-mu pa-dár-ku

    Most people would be happy with such a gift.

Russian Verb Conjugation

Additional examples

More Russian sentences with the words that contain "обрадова".

  • Весе́нние у́лицы кише́ли людьми́, обра́довавшимися теплу́ и со́лнцу.

    vee-syén-nee-ye ú-lee-tsy kee-shé-lee lyud'-mee, ab-rá-da-vav-shee-mee-sya teep-lú ee són-tsu

    The spring streets were swarming with people embracing the warmth and the sun.

  • Ну вот, а мы уже́ обра́довались ра́ньше вре́мени.

    nu vot, a my u-zhé ab-rá-da-va-lees' rán'-she vryé-mye-nee

    What a shame, and we were already happy ahead of time.

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