Translation of excitar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 1.1 (agitar) la discusión lo excitó mucho he got very excited o/or worked up during the argument no tomes tanto café, sabes que te excita don't drink so much coffee, you know it makes you jumpy, don't drink so much coffee, you'll be running around all afternoon/it'll keep you awake all night 1.2 (en sentido sexual) [deseo] to arouse, excite 1.3 [curiosidad] to excite, arouse, awake; [apetito] to stimulate; [ira/odio] to arouse
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (excitarse)
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