sparkling englannista suomeksi
helmeilevä, kupliva, kuohu-
(en-ing form of)
Of an object, reflecting light as if giving off tiny sparks or flashes of light.
(quote-book)|title=Poems|section=''Carloman and Merovee''|page=78|text="Methinks 't were sweet once more to seeOur native forest shade,And the wild streamlet leaping freeAlong the sparkling glade,...
Brilliant and vivacious.
(quote-journal)|date=30 October 2014|passage=While we know – because the script tells us so – that the people we are watching are in love and in pain and in trouble, they never come across as more than dispensers of sparkling aperçus.
1820, Nathaniel John Hollingsworth, ''The Renegade and Other Poems'', "Song"
- Bright are the sparklings that beam from the dew.
2011, Michael Cooper, ''100 Must-try New Zealand Wines'' (page 208)
- Wines like this struggle to stand out on the show circuit, where the judges are more likely to be searching for sparklings designed in the classic Champagne mould.