English Idiom – Full of the joys of spring.
Meaning – Very happy. This expression is used to describe someone who is both happy and full of energy.
This is a British English expression and is mostly used in a humorous way.
Spring time is a new beginning; the weather is improving and we full more energetic.
In spring you might be lucky to see blossom.
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When could you use this idiom?
- You’ve had a restful sleep and the sun is shining.
- You are feeling good after a troublesome period.
- Somebody looks really happy and is eager to get started with something.
- A friend is happy and energetic for no particular reason.
- “I can’t believe that you are so full of the joys of spring on a Monday morning!”
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What is an idiom?
An idiom is a word or phrase that is not taken literally. An idiom is an expression that cannot be understood from the meanings of its individual words, but has a separate meaning of its own.
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