People are bustling about.
Tokyo is bustling with life.
full of people moving about in a busy way - a bustling city
If a place is bustling, it is full of busy activity: This used to be a bustling town but a lot of people have moved away over recent years. The house, usually bustling with activity, was strangely silent.
Subdued girls are generally the prettiest I reckon. The loud, bustling ones are awful.
... of so many people bustling in street- side workshops...
If a place is bustling, it is full of busy activity
The bustling children next door woke me at 6.30
With the addition of the two other schools, the building is bustling.
A bustling place is full of noise and activity and is usually pleasant and interesting.
we went to a bustling restaurant
Pop-up shops first popped up in the UK in the early 2000s, with the economy booming and the high streets bustling.
The bustling city centre with its ubiquitous smell of cannabis is a fascinating place, not for everyone, though.
The sleepy town has been transformed into a bustling city.
Englisch Wort "ruchliwy"(bustling) tritt in Sätzen auf:Union 3 - Lifestyle (workbook 3.1/3.2)A - Word list 2/3 Adjective for placesSmart vocabulary instead of simpleFiszki z książki - "Getting to know Spain" (Dee Day)Fiszki z książki - "Perfect Answer" (L.J. Stecher)
I'm not busy.
He is too busy dreaming dreams to plan what he will do in his old age.
Much as I'd like to come, I'm afraid I'll be too busy.
Stop pestering me, I'm busy.
The other day I ran out of gas in the middle of a busy Interstate.
Although our universe is still young, theorists are busy exploring its ultimate fate.
He never takes into account the fact that I am very busy.
He is a busy man, so you can only get in touch with him by telephone.
I don't think she could spare the time because she is always busy with her work.
There are many people in the world who complain that they are too busy to read.
This restaurant is so large that they are always busy waiting on guests.
Being too busy with work is a problem, but then so is having too much free time.
Everyone seemed to be very busy and everyone seemed to be in a hurry.
Roll up your sleeves and get busy.
Why don't you go fishing with us this weekend if you aren't busy?
Englisch Wort "ruchliwy"(busy) tritt in Sätzen auf:Angielski transport i słówka z tekstupołożenie i przymiotniki - location and adjectivesGimnazjum Repetytorium macmillan unit 2 domrep ang położenie i zwrotyangielski słówka dział 2
a lively child
My grandfather is 90 years old and very lively.
The discussion the villagers had on the environment was quite lively.
Today's party was really lively, wasn't it?
CHAPTER FOUR The Man in the Long Yellow Coat Christmas 1823 was especially lively and colourful in t
The atmosphere was lively; with great music and people chatting.
My grandpa is a lively and good-humoured man.
Happy him who with ease can steer, from grave to gay, from lively to severe.
Why do you supose it is that some people remain lively all their lives, even in their old age?
The party went well because everybody was happy and lively.
a lively discussion / Barcelona’s many lively bars
A lively place is full of people who are busy or who are enjoying themselves.
In the streets of this once lively industrial neighbourhood, two out of three houses are now for sale.
But the house is much more lively since she came.
People need to be more lively when presenting their work.