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Spanish translation of “animate”

animate

verb /ˈӕnimeit/
to make lively
animar
Joy animated his face.
animated /-mei-/ adjective lively
animado
A group of old men were having an animated discussion about politics.
made to move as if alive
animado
animated cartoons/dolls.
animatedly adverb
Animadamente
They were chatting animatedly.
animation noun
animación
The market was full of animation and bustle.
(Definition of animate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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