zeal
noun
1. (passion) 
a. el celo (M) 
She went about her task with a missionary zeal.Emprendió su tarea poniendo gran celo en ella.
b. el fervor (M) 
Party members went to great lengths to demonstrate their revolutionary zeal.Los miembros del partido hacían todo lo posible para mostrar su fervor revolucionario.
c. el afán (M) 
In his zeal to privatize government enterprises, the minister risks alienating labor unions.En su afán por privatizar empresas estatales, el ministro se arriesga a perder el apoyo sindical.
Patrick has shown that he has the zeal and determination needed to succeed.Patrick demostró tener el entusiasmo y la determinación necesarios para triunfar.
zeal
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el celo (M) 
zeal [ziːl]
noun
celo (m); entusiasmo (m);for por;
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