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enthuse

verb uk   /ɪnˈθjuːz/ us    /-ˈθuːz-/
[I] to express excitement about something or great interest in it: He was enthusing over a wonderful restaurant he'd been to. [+ speech] "She's the best leader that this country has ever known!" he enthused. [T] to get other people to share your excitement and interest in a particular subject: He was passionately interested in classical music but failed to enthuse his children (with it).
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