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"Emocionado" is an adjective which is often translated as "excited", and "emocionante" is an adjective which is often translated as "exciting". Learn more about the difference between "emocionado" and "emocionante" below.
emocionado(
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syoh
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (exhilarated)
a. excited
¡Estamos tan emocionados de verte!We're so excited to see you!
2. (affected)
a. touched
Salí de esa película muy emocionada por lo que acababa de ver.I left that movie very touched by what I had just seen.
b. moved
Estábamos profundamente emocionados por la historia de la tragedia.We were moved deeply by the story of the tragedy.
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emocionante(
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moh
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (stimulating)
a. exciting
Perdimos nosotros, pero el partido fue de lo más emocionante.We lost, but the match was really exciting.
b. thrilling
Hacer puenting me resultó una experiencia muy emocionante.I found bungee jumping to be a very thrilling experience.
2. (emotional)
a. moving
El reencuentro entre la madre y el hijo fue muy emocionante.The mother and son reunion was very moving.
b. touching
Fue muy emocionante ver al padre de la novia llorando.It was so touching to see the father of the bride crying.
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