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Translation of "excite" - English-Spanish dictionary

excite

verb   /ɪkˈsaɪt/
to make someone feel very happy and enthusiastic emocionar, entusiasmar Try not to excite the children too much.
formal to cause a particular reaction in someone despertar This product has excited a great deal of interest.
(Definition of excite from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

excite

verb /ikˈsait/
to cause or rouse strong feelings of expectation, happiness etc in emocionar The children were excited at the thought of the party.
to cause or rouse (feelings, emotions etc) despertar The book did not excite my interest.
excitable adjective
easily becoming excited or upset excitable an excitable child.
excitability noun
excitabilidad
excited adjective
emocionado Tim was very excited about going to Bangkok.
excitedly adverb
con emoción
excitement noun
emoción His arrival caused great excitement the excitement of travel.
exciting adjective
emocionante an exciting adventure.
(Definition of excite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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