Translation of excited in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (happy, enthusiastic) [person] entusiasmado, excitado; [shouts] de excitación or entusiasmo I'm so excited about the trip estoy tan entusiasmado con el viaje, el viaje me hace tanta ilusión (Spain/España) to get excited entusiasmarse don't get too excited no te entusiasmes demasiado, no te hagas demasiadas ilusionesExample sentences1.2 (nervous, worried) [person] excitado, agitado; [voice/gesture] vehemente, ansioso, nervioso don't get excited no te agites, no te pongas nervioso 1.3 (impatient, boisterous) [children] excitado, alborotado, revolucionado 1.4 (sexually) excitado
- I am hoping that having worked my way diligently down the list, the universe is going to reward me by making the people I contact next week excited and enthusiastic about the product.
- I never felt so excited and eager to drive before I finally get the confirmation that I passed the final exam for driver's license.
- This was due to the fact the venue for the night, the Sligo Park hotel, was full to the brim with excited males eager to experience the joys of speed dating.
- Taken together we may conclude that, in both experiments, we succeeded in inducing a neutral versus a sexually excited state.
- In this experiment, we studied the effect of a sexually excited state on preference for and responsiveness to sexual stimuli.
- On the other hand, a Velorian becomes several times stronger for very brief periods when she is sexually excited or during an adrenal rush.
- 2 [atom/molecule/state] excitadoExample sentences
- In excited atoms, energy radiated as photons eventually leaks into the vast interstellar spaces and redshifts away.
- The transition would demand a significant energy input per excited electron.
- The delay between the time that the atom absorbs the photon and the excited atom releases as photon causes it to appear that light is slowing down.
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