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excitementnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ɪkˈsaɪt.mənt/
B1 a ​feeling of being ​excited, or an ​excitingevent: Robin's ​heart was ​pounding with excitement. If you ​want excitement, you should ​tryparachuting. the excitements of the ​previousday
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Traducciones de “excitement”
en árabe إثارَة, حَماس…
en coreano 즐거움…
en portugués agitação, emoção…
en catalán emoció, entusiasme…
en japonés 興奮…
en chino (simplificado) 激动,兴奋, 令人兴奋的事情…
en turco heyecan, coşku…
en ruso возбуждение, волнение…
en chino (tradicionál) 激動,興奮, 令人興奮的事情…
en italiano eccitazione…
en polaco podniecenie, ekscytacja…
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