Definición de excite en inglés:

excite

Silabificación: ex·cite
Pronunciación: /ikˈsīt
 
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[with object]
  • 1Cause strong feelings of enthusiasm and eagerness in (someone): flying still excites me Gould was excited by these discoveries
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • In reality what it is about is trying to inspire and excite people to think about the town centre.
    • For me, Life Through My Eyes is about what inspires me, excites me, aggravates me, relaxes me, outrages me and helps me.
    • That's all I wanted to do, not thinking that I would make waves, change minds, excite people, incite people, turn on people, repulse people.
    Sinónimos
    thrill, exhilarate, animate, enliven, rouse, stir, stimulate, galvanize, electrify, inspirit
    informal buck up, pep up, give someone a buzz, give someone a kick, give someone a charge
  • 1.1Arouse (someone) sexually: his kiss thrilled and excited her
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • What excites a person sexually (particularly if it's only visual) is as distinct as that person's fingerprints.
    • I suppose one could see it as an old man getting excited by the sexuality of young girls.
    • Even the most graphic porn doesn't excite you any more.
    Sinónimos
    arouse, arouse sexually, stimulate, titillate, inflame
    informal turn someone on, get someone going
  • 2Bring out or give rise to (a feeling or reaction): the ability to excite interest in others
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • So, since their sectional interest excites no passions amongst the populace, some are attracted by more radical measures.
    • If the advert merely excites your curiosity or interest, something Maloney calls curious disbelief, that will be enough.
    • The system is designed to send vibrations to sensitive parts of the driver's body, and it could excite feelings in them that have long lain dormant.
    Sinónimos
    provoke, stir up, rouse, arouse, kindle, trigger (off), spark (off), incite, cause
    literary enkindle
  • 3Produce a state of increased energy or activity in (a physical or biological system): the energy of an electron is sufficient to excite the atom
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • By giving the vaccine along with another drug that excites the immune system, doctors can teach Bonet's own immune system to fight her cancer.
    • Now, when this wavefront hits a material, some of the wavelets will hit atoms and excite electrons to a higher energy state.
    • External energy pumped into the atoms of the lasing medium excites electrons to higher energy states; returning to their base state, they emit photons.

Origen

Middle English (in the sense 'stir someone up, incite someone to do something'): from Old French exciter or Latin excitare, frequentative of exciere 'call out or forth'. sense 1 dates from the mid 19th century.

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