Definition of 'exciting'
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It just feels too exciting to abandon. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Few things are as exciting in life as the delivery of a brand new sofa. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Exciting new technology is promised for the presentation of the games. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What is really exciting is that recent experiments seem to be supporting loop theory. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Partners could be making exciting plans together. The Sun (2017)What seems like a duty visit to a relative turns into something exciting when you see who else is there. The Sun (2016)He won a bumper by 13 lengths and is an exciting novice hurdle prospect. The Sun (2016)There are some exciting players, not only here but coming through as well. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is a young, exciting squad. The Sun (2016)They've got top players and they're exciting to watch. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is when things get really exciting! Times, Sunday Times (2012)There may be areas where you can fire up her interest to try something more exciting. The Sun (2009)This time they almost as exciting to watch as were to listen to. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It was exciting to be young and angry. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The bikes look great and the tracks feel vivid and exciting. The Sun (2014)We have a very exciting group of players. The Sun (2014)This is not to say we might not get an exciting race or an unexpectedly dramatic story. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Your confidence in a relationship is getting stronger and exciting plans can be made. The Sun (2010)Love will feel new and exciting plans are made. The Sun (2008)Things really got exciting when the beast scurried under the pews to avoid capture. Christianity Today (2000)The second most exciting thing is losing. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There can be something quite exciting about being ill. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Moments like that capture the imagination and make football so exciting to watch. The Sun (2011)Equally we have young and exciting players trying to entertain and excite. The Sun (2008)Make an old job feel new and exciting by seeing its potential. The Sun (2012)They are exciting players and coming through this experience will help them. The Sun (2012)Fans want to see exciting races where the drivers are made to work. The Sun (2011)You make new and exciting plans together. The Sun (2016)Long-term partners amaze each other with exciting plans as new love wakes old ambitions. The Sun (2010)The players are really not very exciting people. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The exciting thing was that they both lost the same amount of weight. The Sun (2012)He can be part of something exciting here and he was up for that. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was a very exciting prospect. ONE HUNDRED DAYS (2003)It's a very exciting prospect to see them all together again. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He is one of the most exciting English prospects in recent years. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'exciting'
British English: exciting /ɪkˈsaɪtɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is exciting makes you feel very happy or enthusiastic.
...the most exciting week of their lives.
- American English: exciting
- Arabic: مُثِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: empolgante
- Chinese: 令人兴奋的
- Croatian: uzbudljiv
- Czech: vzrušující
- Danish: spændende
- Dutch: spannend
- European Spanish: emocionante
- Finnish: jännittävä
- French: excitant
- German: aufregend
- Greek: συναρπαστικός
- Italian: entusiasmante
- Japanese: 興奮させる
- Korean: 흥미진진한
- Norwegian: spennende
- Polish: podniecający
- European Portuguese: empolgante
- Romanian: emoționant
- Russian: захватывающий
- Spanish: excitante
- Swedish: upphetsande
- Thai: น่าตื่นเต้น
- Turkish: heyecan verici
- Ukrainian: захопливий
- Vietnamese: lý thú
Definition of exciting from the Collins English Dictionary
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