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Translation of "enthusiasm" - English-Spanish dictionary

enthusiasm

noun /inˈθjuːziӕzəm/
strong or passionate interest
entusiasmo
He has a great enthusiasm for travelling He did not show any enthusiasm for our new plans.
enthusiast noun a person filled with enthusiasm
entusiasta
a computer enthusiast.
enthusiastic adjective (opposite unenthusiastic) full of enthusiasm or approval
entusiasta
an enthusiastic mountaineer.
enthusiastically adverb
con entusiasmo
The crowd were cheering enthusiastically.
Translations of “enthusiasm”
in Arabic حَماس…
in Korean 열정…
in Malaysian semangat…
in French enthousiasme…
in Turkish coşku, heyecan, heves…
in Italian entusiasmo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 巨大興趣, 熱情, 熱忱…
in Russian энтузиазм…
in Polish entuzjazm…
in Vietnamese sự nhiệt tình…
in Portuguese entusiasmo…
in Thai ความกระตือรือร้น…
in German die Begeisterung…
in Catalan entusiasme…
in Japanese 熱意…
in Indonesian semangat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巨大兴趣, 热情, 热忱…
(Definition of enthusiasm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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