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Translation of "zest" - English-Spanish dictionary

zest

noun   /zest/
enthusiasm, eagerness, energy, and interest entusiasmo, brío It’s wonderful to see the children’s zest for life. He approached every task with a boundless zest. The recording captures the zest of this live concert performance.2127
[no plural] the skin of an orange, lemon, or lime, used to add flavour to food ralladura grated lemon zest529
(Definition of zest from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

zest

noun /zest/
keen enjoyment entusiasmo He has plenty of zest for life She joined in the games with zest.
(Definition of zest from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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