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excite

  
   vt  
1    (=make excited)   entusiasmar  
what excites me about the idea is ...      lo que me entusiasma or me parece excitante de la idea es ...  
don't excite yourself, Grandpa      no te excites or agites, abuelo  
2    (=arouse)  
  [+curiosity, admiration, envy]  
provocar, suscitar  
  [+enthusiasm, interest]  
despertar, suscitar  
  [+anger, passion]  
provocar  
  [+imagination]  
estimular  
  [+desire]  
incitar, despertar
3      (sexually)    excitar
4      (Phys)  
  [+atom, particle]  
excitar
5      (Med)  
  [+nerve, heart]  
excitar
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
don't excite yourself, Grandpa exp.
no te excites {or} agites, abuelo

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
lo que me entusiasma {or} me parece excitante de la idea es ...
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'excite' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
v.
1) excite (vt), 2) get excited (refl)
v.
1) excite (vt), 2) get excited (refl)
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"excite": examples and translations in context
Lasers are used to excite fluorochromes in labeled cellular specimens. Los rayos láser se usan para excitar los fluorocromos en muestras celulares etiquetadas.
It was a deliberate act to excite his Memory and Imagination for evil purposes. Era un acto deliberado para excitar su memoria y su imaginación para malos propósitos.
To excite by integrating art, nature and sustainability. Emocionar a través de la integración del arte, la naturaleza y la sostenibilidad.
It's time to excite your users and stakeholders. Es hora de emocionar a sus usuarios y partes interesadas.
Literally, you excite the crowd. Literalmente, debes entusiasmar a la multitud.
Pheromone is Greek from the word Pheran-to transfer and Horman- to excite. La feromona es griega de la palabra Pheran-a transferencia y a Horman- excitar.
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