Her menu is a tribute not just to her favorites and her guests’ favorites, but also to her family: her Polish mother’s pierogi and a buoyant rice wine-dressed salad tribute to her daughter, Alexis.
她的菜单不仅是对她的最爱和客人的最爱，也是对她的家人的致敬：她的波兰母亲的 pierogi 和一份充满活力的米酒沙拉，向她的女儿 Alexis 致敬。
Zeneta Everhart described her good-natured and buoyant son Zaire Goodman, who was wounded by a man charged with the racist killing of 10 Black shoppers at a Tops Friendly Markets store in Buffalo.
Zeneta Everhart 描述了她善良而活泼的儿子 Zaire Goodman，他在布法罗的 Tops Friendly Markets 商店被一名被控种族主义杀害 10 名黑人购物者的男子打伤。
Kane’s 200th league goal arrived within five minutes to briefly dampen the spirits of a buoyant home crowd, finishing off an excellent, swift counter-attacking move by Spurs.
凯恩的第 200 个联赛进球在 5 分钟内到达，短暂地打击了热情的主场球迷的士气，结束了热刺出色的快速反击动作。
tending to float on a liquid or rise in air or gas
Something that is buoyant floats in water. Since floating is happier than sinking, buoyant also refers to things are fun and upbeat.
Someone with a buoyant personality is fun to be around, laughs a lot, smiles, and cheers other people up. Buoyant people are lively and lighthearted — the opposite of sad, depressed, and bummed out. Buoyant people are also called bubbly and cheerful, and it should help to remember that buoyant objects float — just like a buoyant person can seem like they’re floating too (as in the expression "floating on air").
Rare is the human spirit that remains buoyant in a holocaust.
—1491 by Charles C. Mann
He embodies the best and worst qualities of America, resulting in a novel that is simultaneously buoyant and grim, as Corrigan notes.
—‘So We Read On: How “The Great Gatsby” Came to Be,’ by Maureen Corrigan by ???
But under Mr. Rilling’s eminent baton, the reduced forces of the Philharmonic produced an impressively taut, buoyant and sharply etched sound, playing with a vibrant pulse and almost no vibrato.
—| New York Philharmonic: A Period-Style Taste of a Holiday-Season Staple by ???
buoyant (adj.)1570s, perhaps from Spanish boyante, present participle of boyar "to float," from boya "buoy," from Dutch boei (see buoy (n.)). Of personalities, etc., from c. 1748. Related: Buoyantly.Related entries & more
buoyant (adj.)1570s，可能源自西班牙语 boyante，boyar “漂浮”的现在分词，源自 boya “浮标”，源自荷兰语 boei（参见 buoy (n.)）。人物等，来自c。 1748. 相关：浮力。相关条目及更多
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