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verb /θril/
to (cause someone to) feel excitement
excitar; emocionar, conmover
She was thrilled at/by the invitation.
thriller noun an exciting novel or play, usually about crime, detectives etc
novela/obra de suspense
I always take a thriller to read on the train.
thrilling adjective exciting.
emocionante, conmovedor, apasionante
Skydiving is a thrilling experience.
Translations of “thrill”
in Korean 황홀하게하다…
in Arabic يُثير…
in French exciter…
in Italian entusiasmare, commuovere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 興奮, 激動, 緊張感…
in Russian приводить в восторг…
in Turkish heyecanlandırmak, büyük zevk vermek…
in Polish zachwycać…
in Portuguese emocionar, empolgar…
in German begeistern…
in Catalan emocionar…
in Japanese ~を興奮させる, わくわくさせる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 兴奋, 激动, 紧张感…
(Definition of thrill from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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