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interestedadjective

uk   /ˈɪn.trəs.tɪd/  us   /-trɪs-/

interested adjective (INVOLVED)

A2 wanting to give your attention to something and discover more about it: He didn't seem very interested in what I was saying. She's at that age where she's starting to get interested in boys. I'd be interested to hear more about your work. "Really?" he said, with an interested look on his face. Yes, I'd be very interested in knowing more about the services your firm offers.
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interested adjective (LEGAL RIGHT)

relating to a person or group who has a connection with a particular situation, event, business, etc.: All interested parties (= people who are involved) are advised to contact this office.
Translations of “interested”
in Chinese (Traditional) 關注的, 感興趣的…
in Russian интересующийся, заинтересованный…
in Turkish ilgili, meraklı, alakalı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 关注的, 感兴趣的…
in Polish zainteresowany…
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