- 1.1 (stimulate) [interest/curiosity] estimular, avivar the walk whetted our appetites la caminata nos abrió el apetito the experience had whetted her appetite for foreign travel la experiencia había hecho que le tomara el gusto a viajar por el extranjeroMore example sentences1.2 (sharpen) [dated/anticuado] afilar
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- A house suited for quiet family life but within an hour of Dublin whets the appetite of country loving commuters.
- Just to whet our appetites, and to make us more appreciative of history in the making.
- I hope I've whetted your appetite without giving away too many details, so that you will consider picking up this book yourself - after all, it's out in paperback at the beginning of February.
- Using the clear water from the pool, Mo Ye and Gan Jiang whetted swords on this stone to hone their cutting-edges.
- Timothy whetted the knife he used to butcher the goats.
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
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