go into raptures

go into raptures

To talk about something happily or excitedly. Ben must be really happy at his new job, as he goes into raptures every time he talks about it.
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be in/go into ˈraptures (about/over somebody/something)

be extremely enthusiastic about somebody/something you like: Each time I mention your name, he goes into raptures about you.
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And remember, there's not a person on the PLANET who doesn't go into raptures at the sight of a set of six monogrammed hankerchiefs, or a bath sheet thoughtfully inscribed with the timeless epithet 'Pete's towel'.
The people will not, however, go into raptures about such political gimmicks, dramas and canards.
I can never understand how gourmets can go into raptures over foie gras or the obsession with celebrity chefs and TV cookery programmes.
He doesn''''t go into raptures about oil and coal fired power stations because he knows they are heavily atmospherically polluting and being phased out as soon as possible.
The audience is sure to go into raptures while watching Deepika in the film," he adds.
That is what a 4-0 whitewash in England last summer, followed by a similar, summary rout in Australia last week means to the billion devotees of this bizarre creed who go into raptures or descend into collective depression at the sight of a seasoned piece of willow making or not contact with small waxed leather sphere.
From Asin (his romantic partner in Ready) to Sonakshi Sinha (his lover in Dabangg), his colleagues go into raptures when his name is uttered.
We go into raptures when we listen to it and feel that Brandon Flowers has just got it.
AS USUAL I was wrong about the Betting Show, having warned colleagues that bookmakers were unlikely to go into raptures about our new electronic concept card version of the Betting Shop Display that was shown - expecting them to be typically cautious and challenging.
Saturday's win against Norwich was important but they're not exactly flying so let's not go into raptures
Rebecca Garcia, 53, Encino, saw a friend go into raptures when her book arrived in the mail Saturday morning, and thought she'd pick up a copy or two as a gift.
He won the 1983 Portuguese Open at a place called Troia and before I go into raptures about Troia, let me tell you that when Torrance picked up his title there, in the days when he was a major competitor, he was only two under par.
I wasn't sold on its looks when I saw the first press pictures and after seeing it in the metal - which is usually much more impressive - I couldn't go into raptures about it.
So when others go into raptures about long, romantic walks through crisp autumn leaves, what I hear is "Right girls, 15 times round the all-weather pitch and back to the gym via the soggy field just to make you really miserable