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    Default Not a "happy camper".

    My boss is asking me for an equivalent to the expression "Happy camper". I know it's difficult to have something that works for all the Spanish speaking regions, but hope any of you have a better idea than me.

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    I think it has to be something like: feliciano (that's what we call it like in Cuba). Though commonly the English expression is used negatively: He lost his wallet and he's not a happy camper.

    feliciano (a): (adj, masculine)(Cuba) a per se happy, glad type of person. As someone who keeps great spirits when all about him is miserable.

    Hope this helps...


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