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These are the little things that make you more excited to get dressed in the morning. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Please do not get too excited about this news. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It makes me happy and excited. The Sun (2016)His logic is that people who don't think big themselves can get very excited by those who do. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They have just the sort of pattern and colour you need on a blustery autumn morning to get you excited about heading out for the day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I can't get too excited because of what happened last time. Times, Sunday Times (2017)I can't get too excited about the pyjama row. Times, Sunday Times (2017)She said:'Everyone has been really supportive and excited. The Sun (2017)We are really excited and happy about it. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Would-be house buyers should not get too excited. Times, Sunday Times (2012)So happy and excited for you both! The Sun (2013)When he gets excited you see the corners of his mouth begin to froth up. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Putting on something new makes me feel really happy and excited. The Sun (2013)We probably get too excited about the choice of captains. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My mum was very excited and happy about me getting my book published. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It takes a lot to get me excited. Times, Sunday Times (2008)As soon as they discovered they can get stuff for free by just using a computer they got really excited. The Sun (2015)It makes you feel really excited. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Everyone is really excited and optimistic. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We packed up and moved across the country, excited and nervous. Christianity Today (2000)Instead, spectators have become excited by the possibility of seeing stars play. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He is really excited about it, loves the challenge. The Sun (2013)I have to feel excited about something. The Sun (2014)I tried them on for a laugh and it made me feel really excited. The Sun (2015)Click the sport mode button and the car sounds aggressive, excited and angry with your foot to the floor. The Sun (2013)She looked nervous and excited. The Secret Garden (1911)
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British English: excited /ɪkˈsaɪtɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are excited, you are looking forward to something eagerly.
I'm very excited about playing for the national team.
- American English: excited
- Arabic: ثَائِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: empolgado
- Chinese: 兴奋的
- Croatian: uzbuđen
- Czech: rozrušený
- Danish: spændt
- Dutch: opgewonden
- European Spanish: entusiasmado
- Finnish: innoissaan
- French: excité
- German: aufgeregt
- Greek: ενθουσιασμένος
- Italian: eccitato
- Japanese: 興奮した
- Korean: 흥분한
- Norwegian: opprømt
- Polish: podniecony
- European Portuguese: empolgado
- Romanian: emoționat
- Russian: взволнованный
- Latin American Spanish: excitado
- Swedish: upphetsad
- Thai: ตื่นเต้นดีใจ
- Turkish: heyecanlı
- Ukrainian: піднесений
- Vietnamese: phấn khích
Definition of excited from the Collins English Dictionary
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