excitante


excitante
adj.
1 exciting (emocionante).
2 sensual, arousing.
m.
stimulant.
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excitante
adjetivo
1 exciting
2 MEDICINA stimulating
nombre masculino
1 stimulant
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1. ADJ
1) (Med) stimulating
2) (=emocionante) exciting
2.
SM stimulant
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I
adjetivo <espectáculo/libro> exciting

el café es una bebida excitante — coffee is a stimulant

II
masculino stimulant
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= exciting, heady [headier -comp., headiest -sup.], exhilarating, rousing, titillating, stimulant, pulsating, electrifying, thrilling, thrilling.
Ex. Finally, I wish to thank all of the speakers, reactors, and attendees who made these institutes so memorable, exciting, and rewarding.
Ex. The heady integration scenario is that given a seemingly simple query the system would automatically expand the search beyond the capabilities of an inexperienced user.
Ex. The causes of this interest differ from one man to another; it may be the beautiful, the terrible, the awe-inspiring, the exhilarating, the pathetic, the comic, or the merely piquant.
Ex. This was the first time that MLA had attempted a multi-level distance learning project and it proved to be a rousing success.
Ex. Television shows foster titillating discussion topics and trivialize troubles.
Ex. The system consequently retrieves any record in which the term 'stimulants' appears.
Ex. Thus the pulsating magnetic field enables an effective therapy which can be used for a broad range of indications.
Ex. He gave an electrifying performance and he deserved all the accolades he received.
Ex. This makes autobiography a thrilling ingredient of biography.
Ex. This makes autobiography a thrilling ingredient of biography.
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I
adjetivo <espectáculo/libro> exciting

el café es una bebida excitante — coffee is a stimulant

II
masculino stimulant
* * *
= exciting, heady [headier -comp., headiest -sup.], exhilarating, rousing, titillating, stimulant, pulsating, electrifying, thrilling, thrilling.

Ex: Finally, I wish to thank all of the speakers, reactors, and attendees who made these institutes so memorable, exciting, and rewarding.

Ex: The heady integration scenario is that given a seemingly simple query the system would automatically expand the search beyond the capabilities of an inexperienced user.
Ex: The causes of this interest differ from one man to another; it may be the beautiful, the terrible, the awe-inspiring, the exhilarating, the pathetic, the comic, or the merely piquant.
Ex: This was the first time that MLA had attempted a multi-level distance learning project and it proved to be a rousing success.
Ex: Television shows foster titillating discussion topics and trivialize troubles.
Ex: The system consequently retrieves any record in which the term 'stimulants' appears.
Ex: Thus the pulsating magnetic field enables an effective therapy which can be used for a broad range of indications.
Ex: He gave an electrifying performance and he deserved all the accolades he received.
Ex: This makes autobiography a thrilling ingredient of biography.
Ex: This makes autobiography a thrilling ingredient of biography.

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excitante1
adjective
1 ‹espectáculo/libro› exciting
2 ‹bebida›
el café es una bebida excitante coffee is a stimulant
excitante2
masculine
stimulant
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excitante adjetivo ‹espectáculo/libroexciting
excitante
I adjetivo exciting
Med stimulating
II sustantivo masculino stimulant
'excitante' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
emocionante
English:
red-hot
- exhilarating
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excitante
adj
1. [sustancia] stimulant;
el café es excitante coffee is a stimulant, coffee gets you worked up
2. [sexualmente] arousing
3. [emocionante] exciting
nm
stimulant
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excitante
I adj
1 exciting
2
:
una bebida excitante a stimulant
II m stimulant
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excitante adj
: exciting
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excitante adj exciting
los últimos minutos del partido fueron excitantes the last few minutes of the match were exciting

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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