Definition of 'interesting'
Example sentences containing 'interesting'
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Interesting stuff but not stuff that demands my attention. Christianity Today (2000)Interesting new projects could bring financial gains but remember to read all the small print before signing. The Sun (2015)Interesting new faces add glamour to your life. The Sun (2012)Interesting to see where she turns up next. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Interesting to see if this one comes off. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Interesting to see how he deals with the recent uprisings. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Interesting stuff, with the bonus of a massive goodbye party afterwards. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Interesting to note that our little jet has used as much fuel as a holiday jumbo would burn simply getting off the ground. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Interesting stuff, but it was the feel of the landscape and the islands themselves that gripped us. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Interesting to see that one of their best-known editors has chosen to quit now to write a book. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Interesting stuff - and there's a delicious lasagne recipe to boot. The Sun (2013)Interesting to see how he copes in the Ryder Cup cauldron. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'interesting'
British English: interesting /ˈɪntrɪstɪŋ; -tərɪs-/ ADJECTIVE
If you find something interesting, it attracts you or holds your attention.
It was interesting to be in a different environment.
- American English: interesting
- Arabic: مُشَوِّق
- Brazilian Portuguese: interessante
- Chinese: 有意思的
- Croatian: zanimljiv
- Czech: zajímavý
- Danish: interessant
- Dutch: interessant
- European Spanish: interesante
- Finnish: mielenkiintoinen
- French: intéressant
- German: interessant
- Greek: ενδιαφέρων
- Italian: interessante
- Japanese: 興味深い
- Korean: 흥미 있는
- Norwegian: interessant
- Polish: interesujący
- European Portuguese: interessante
- Romanian: interesant
- Russian: интересный
- Spanish: interesante
- Swedish: intressant
- Thai: น่าสนใจ
- Turkish: ilgi çekici
- Ukrainian: цікавий
- Vietnamese: thú vị
Definition of interesting from the Collins English Dictionary
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