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"Interested" is an adjective which is often translated as "interesado", and "keen on" is a phrase which is often translated as "interesado en". Learn more about the difference between "interested" and "keen on" below.
interested(
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trihs
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tihd
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (having an interest in)
a. interesado
The company is interested in investing in Latin America.La empresa está interesada en invertir en América Latina.
2. (engaged)
a. interesado
She seemed quite interested in what the speaker was saying.Parecía muy interesada en lo que estaba diciendo el orador.
3. (personally involved)
a. interesado
We need to find a less interested, more impartial source of information.Necesitamos buscar una fuente de información menos interesada y más imparcial.
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keen on(
kin
 
an
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (general)
a. interesado en
The governor is not too keen on repealing the health care legislation.El gobernador no está demasiado interesado en derogar la legislación de atención médica.
b. entusiasmado con
Our new priest surprised everyone when he told us he was keen on the idea of women clergy.Nuestro nuevo sacerdote sorprendió a todos cuando nos dijo que estaba entusiasmado con la idea del clero femenino.
c. atraído por
Jeremy seems to be pretty keen on Sam.Jeremy parece estar muy atraído por Sam.
d. aficionado a
My dad is keen on mystery novels.Mi papá es aficionado a las novelas de misterio.
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