An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (enthusiastic)
a. ferviente
He was always an ardent advocate of nuclear disarmament.Siempre fue un ferviente partidario del desarme nuclear.
b. apasionado
His father was an ardent patriot.Su padre era un patriota apasionado.
2. (passionate)
a. apasionado
The ardent affair she had had with the movie star only came out years later.La pasionada aventura que había mantenido con la estrella del cine no se hizo pública hasta años después.
b. fogoso
She gave an ardent speech in support of gun control.Dio un fogoso discurso a favor del control de armas.
c. ardiente
He expressed his ardent desire to see his homeland again before he died.Manifestó su ardiente deseo de ver otra vez su patria antes de morir.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (desire, love)
a. ardiente
2. (admirer, believer)
a. ferviente
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ardent [ˈɑːdənt]
1 (enthusiastic) [+supporter, admirer, opponent] apasionado; ferviente; [+feminist, nationalist] acérrimo; [+desire] ardiente; ferviente; [+belief, plea] ferviente
she's an ardent feminist
she is ardent in her opposition to the proposals se opone ardientemente a las propuestas
2 (passionate) [+lover, lovemaking] apasionado
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