- 1.1 (enthusiasm, eagerness) entusiasmo (masculine) her keenness to meet them was obvious era obvio que estaba deseando conocerlos 1.2 (of knife, blade) [literary/literario] lo afilado; (of wind) lo cortante 1.3 (of sight, hearing, mind, wit) agudeza (feminine) 1.4 [formal] (of pleasure, suffering, remorse) intensidad (feminine); (of competition) lo reñidoMore example sentences
- Bur rather than settle down and start producing a bland composite, he retains his enthusiasm and keenness to experiment.
- When I recall my early enthusiasm and keenness and compare it with three or four years later, I see a significant difference.
- At the end, I was greatly impressed by the smartness and keenness of all of them, and by the firmness and intelligence of their questions.
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In Central America and Mexico, the word 'botana' means a small portion of food, olives, peanuts etc, usually served with a drink at parties, bars, or social occasions.