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thrilling

adjective uk   /ˈθrɪl.ɪŋ/ us  
B2 extremely exciting: The book is a thrilling adventure story.
Translations of “thrilling”
in Korean 긴장감 있는…
in Arabic مُثير…
in Portuguese emocionante…
in Catalan emocionant…
in Japanese ドキドキする, はらはらする…
in Italian esaltante, emozionante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 令人激動的, 驚險的, 緊張的…
in Russian захватывающий…
in Turkish çok heyecanlı ve zevkli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 令人激动的, 惊险的, 紧张的…
in Polish ekscytujący…
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