"excite" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

excite
[ɪkˈsaɪt]
verbo transitivo
1. entusiasmar, emocionar (person); excitar, estimular (feeling, passion); suscitar (envy, interest)

excite [ik-sait]
  • Exciting cause -> (Med.) causa ocasional o concausa
va. Excitar, mover, animar, estimular.

excite [ɪkˈsaɪt]
verb:transitive
1 (make excited) entusiasmar
what excites me about the idea is ... lo que me entusiasma or me parece excitante de la idea es ...; don't excite yourself, Grandpa no te excites or agites, abuelo
I only take on work that excites me, even if it means turning down lots of money the prospect of living in Italy for a year excited her the director was excited by the script
2 (arouse) [+curiosity, admiration, envy] provocar; suscitar; [+enthusiasm, interest] despertar; suscitar; [+anger, passion] provocar; [+imagination] estimular; [+desire] incitar; despertar
to excite enthusiasm/interest in sb the issue has excited a great deal of debate
3 (sexually) excitar
4 (Fís) [+atom, particle] excitar
5 (Med) [+nerve, heart] excitar

Verb Conjugations for "excite" (go to excitar)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I excite I excited I will excite
you excite you excited you will excite
he/she excites he/she excited he/she will excite
we excite we excited we will excite
you excite you excited you will excite
they excite they excited they will excite
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"excite" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

excitar
transitive verb
1. to upset, to agitate (inquietar)
2. to stimulate (estimular) (sentidos); to whet (apetito); to excite (curiosidad, interés); to arouse (sexualmente)
excitarse
pronomial verb
1. to get worked up o excited (alterarse)(por about)
2. to become aroused (sexualmente)

excitar [ex-the-tar']
article & verb transitive
1. To excite, to move, to stimulate.
2. To excite (emoción), to stir up, to rouse, to animate, to fire, to flame.
3. To incite, to urge on (incitar).
  • Excitar al pueblo a la rebelión -> to incite the populace to rebellion

excitar
verbo:transitivo
1 (intranquilizar) to get worked up; get excited
no veas el partido porque te excita mucho don't watch the game, it'll get you worked up o excited; el café me excita coffee makes me hyper (familiar)
2 (entusiasmar) to make excited
la buena noticia lo excitó tanto que ya no pudo dormir the good news made him so excited he couldn't get to sleep
3 (provocar) [+curiosidad] to arouse; excite; [+sentimiento] to arouse; provoke; [+apetito] to stimulate
4 (sexualmente) to arouse; excite
5 (Biología) (Electricidad y Eléctronica) (Física) to excite
6 (incitar) to rouse; incite
excitar al pueblo a la rebelión to rouse the populace to rebellion
verbo:pronominal
excitarse
1 (intranquilizarse) to get worked up
no te excites por esa tontería don't get worked up about such nonsense
2 (entusiasmarse) to get excited
se excitó mucho cuando su equipo marcó el gol she got very excited when her team scored
3 (sexualmente) to get aroused; get excited

Verb Conjugations for "excitar" (go to excitar)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Imperfect
Conditional
Future
yo excito excité excitaba excitaría excitaré
excitas excitaste excitabas excitarías excitarás
él/ella/Ud. excita excitó excitaba excitaría excitará
nosotros excitamos excitamos excitábamos excitaríamos excitaremos
vosotros excitáis excitasteis excitabais excitaríais excitaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. excitan excitaron excitaban excitarían excitarán
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