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See the entry forilusionado.
Past participle ofilusionar.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (full of hope)
a. hopeful
Estaba ilusionado con que el hotel tuviera piscina.I was hopeful that the hotel would have a pool.
2. (happy)
a. excited
Nunca podré olvidar la cara ilusionada de mi mamá cuando le dije que iba a ser abuela.I'll never forget the excited look on my mom's face when I told her she was going to be a grandma.
b. thrilled
En la entrevista, el jugador dijo estar muy ilusionado por haber sido seleccionado para formar parte del equipo nacional.In the interview, the player said he was thrilled to be chosen for the national team.
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(esperanzado) hopeful; (entusiasmado) excited
estaba ilusionado con el viaje a Francia he was looking forward to going to France; joven ilusionado young hopeful
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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