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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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Following a quick flurry of passes amongst Deepak Tangri and Edmund Lalrindika, finally, it landed onto Abhijit Sarkar, who was left unmarked inside the box, to curl the ball into the net as the spectators went into raptures.
And when he won, Cheltenham, home of the brave, went into raptures.
The crowd went into raptures as Querrey celebrated without making a big show of it even as the sun shone after a long time.
His header past the Italian keeper Salvatore Sirigu five minutes from time sent Ireland through to the knockout stages and the whole country went into raptures.
Fogarty's third score drew the tie level but the large home support went into raptures, after defender Damien O'Connor made amends for earlier mistakes with a superbly taken 69th minute point.
Seven minutes later, supporters went into raptures when Forster beat the advancing goalkeeper and, although there were nervy moments near the end, the Robins survived to go into this morning's draw.
Locals interviewed by SANA went into raptures as they spoke about having the opportunity to finally return to their localities, vowing to work hand in hand to rebuild.
David Cameron went into raptures over fracking in the USA but obviously didn't take into account the downside; the environmental issues and the adverse effect on people's health which completely outweigh any other considerations.
As the news of his bail flashed on the TV news channels, RJD lawmakers who were attending the winter session of the Bihar assembly hurriedly went into raptures, distributing sweets and exchanging greetings in the assembly premises.
The soulful artist then made his grand entrance as lights dazzled and the crowd went into raptures.
Saniger's unconverted second set up a grandstand finish and, with the game poised at 48-all, the Nelson crowd went into raptures as Brockbank's fine run sealed the win.
The crowd went into raptures and you knew it was time to hang on to your hat, fasten your seat belt and prepare for a roller coaster ride.
Now the travelling fans made sure that their presence was felt as they went into raptures high up in the North Stand.
Then it was on to France, and then Britain where, according to The Gazette, "the Londoners went into raptures over baseball .
Laird's noisy band of loyal supporters went into raptures three minutes later when Rooney found himself clear to slot home the advantage for the Birkenhead men.