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See the entry forexciting.
Present participle ofexcite.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (related to enthusiasm)
a. emocionante
Accompanying my daughter as she received her diploma was exciting.Acompañar a mi hija cuando recibió su diploma fue emocionante.
2. (related to excitement)
a. apasionante
The in vitro fertilization field is a very exciting one these days.El campo de la fertilización in vitro es, hoy en día, muy apasionante.
3. (stimulating)
a. apasionante
The book on WWII is a very exciting read.El libro sobre la Segunda Guerra Mundial es muy apasionante.
b. estimulante
His classes were really exciting, and they are the reason I decided to be a writer.Sus clases eran verdaderamente estimulantes, y son la razón por la que decidí ser escritor.
c. fascinante
The company founder is one of the most exciting people I've ever met.El fundador de la empresa es una de las personas más fascinantes que he conocido.
4. (sexual)
a. excitante
I don't find porn very exciting at all.A mí el porno no me parece nada excitante.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. emocionante, apasionante
exciting [ɪkˈsaɪtɪŋ]
1 (exhilarating) [+experience, day, game] emocionante; [+idea, possibility, discovery] apasionante; [+person] fascinante; [+book, play, film] emocionante; apasionante
it was not an exciting prospect no era una perspectiva muy fascinante
it's exciting [to] find new talent
how exciting! ¡qué ilusión!
2 (sexually) excitante
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