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Translation of "keen" - English-Spanish dictionary

keen

adjective   /kiːn/
B1 UK liking something very much entusiasta, aficionado a keen photographer He’s very keen on travel.
B1 mainly UK wanting to do something very much deseoso The shop is keen to attract new customers.
very good bueno, agudo a keen sense of smell
(Definition of keen from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

keen

adjective /kiːn/
eager or enthusiastic entusiasta He is a keen golfer I’m keen to succeed.
sharp agudo, penetrante Her eyesight is as keen as ever.
(literary ) (of wind etc) very cold and biting cortante It was a bitterly cold night with a keen wind.
keenly adverb
con entusiasmo She keenly studied the map.
keenness noun
entusiasmo We were impressed with his keenness to start work.
keen on
very enthusiastic about, interested in or fond of ser aficionado a She’s keen on sailing She’s been keen on that boy for years.
(Definition of keen from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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