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Translation of "eager" - English-Spanish dictionary

eager

adjective   /ˈiː·ɡər/
wanting to do or have something very much deseoso Sam was eager to go home.
eagerly adverb /ˈiːɡə·li/
con impaciencia, con ilusión The results were eagerly awaited.
eagerness noun [no plural] /ˈiːɡə·nəs/
impaciencia, ilusión
(Definition of eager from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

eager

adjective /ˈiːɡə/
full of desire, interest etc; keen; enthusiastic ávido, ansioso, deseoso He is always eager to please.
eagerness noun
ansia He couldn’t hide his eagerness to see her again.
eagerly adverb
con impaciencia The children are eagerly looking forward to your visit.
(Definition of eager from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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