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"Worried" is an adjective which is often translated as "preocupado", and "excited" is an adjective which is often translated as "emocionado". Learn more about the difference between "worried" and "excited" below.
worried(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (anxious)
a. preocupado
I'm worried; my boyfriend hasn't answered any of my calls.Estoy preocupada; mi novio no ha contestado ninguna de mis llamadas.
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excited(
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dihd
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (emotionally stirred)
a. emocionado
I'm very excited about going back to Spain.Estoy muy emocionado por regresar a España.
b. entusiasmado
The children were very excited to see Santa.Los niños estaban muy entusiasmados por ver a Papá Noel.
2. (agitated)
a. nervioso
Don't get so excited; you're going to faint.No te pongas tan nervioso; te vas a desmayar.
b. alborotado
The crowd was excited.La multitud se encontraba alborotada.
c. agitado
The horses became excited due to the storm.Los caballos se pusieron agitados por la tormenta.
d. excitado
The water molecules that are excited are the ones with a higher temperature.Las moléculas de agua excitadas son las que tienen una temperatura alta.
3. (sexually aroused)
a. excitado
The bulls were excited during mating season.Los toros estaban excitados durante la época de celo.
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