excite en Anglais

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v. stir up, arouse feelings, provoke, stimulate
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v. arouse, waken; excite, rouse; turn on, work

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For me, these represent exciting challenges rather than difficulties.
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We have a car just for us! We were happy, excited and full of expectations!
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All of them were very strange food to us, we don’tknow what any of them mean, but the menus looked very tasty, and the photos of food seemed really exciting.
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But after a few days of clearing through all of her cupboards, drawers, and shelves, which were bursting with clothes, it started to become exciting.
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Both the girls are really excited, because like most young stylish women, they love to shop and learn about the latest fashion trends.
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I would use a mortar and pestle to make the pigments that created the exciting colours my mother was famous for.
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The dishes seemed very strange to us, we didn’t know what was on the menu, but the food looked very tasty, and the photos of the food seemed really exciting.
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The people of Alexandria were excited to have their favourite Pharaoh back at home, but were anxious about the presence of so many Roman troops in the heart of Egypt.
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We were happy, excited and full of expectations!
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“I do not know what cricket is,” said Cedric, “but Mr Hobbs took me several times to see baseball. It is a splendid game. Everyone gets so excited!”
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