Keen in spanish

Afilado

pronunciation: ɑfilɑdoʊ part of speech: adjective
In gestures

keen [keener -comp., keenest -sup.] = agudo, eficaz, reñido, disputado. [Pincha en o en para ver otros adjetivos cuyo grados comparativos y superlativos se formas añadiendo "-er" o "-est" (o sus variantes "-r" o "-st") al final]

Example: Formal logic used to be a keen instrument in the hands of the teacher in his trying of students' souls.

more:

» be keen on = estar interesado en, gustar, preferir.

Example: Librarians were most keen on the self-help aspects of community information.

» be keen on + an idea = entusiasmar una idea, convencer una idea.

Example: He was keen on the idea, and gave us a list of ten other falconry enthusiasts in his town to put in our directory.

» be keen to = estar dispuesto a, tener mucho interés por, desear, tener ganas de, estar interesado en.

Example: Hosts are less keen to standardise, although the EURONET Common Command Language has been adopted by various hosts, and there is some recognition of the potential benefits to the user of greater standardisation.

» keen interest = mucho interés.

Example: He has a keen interest in global climate and the effects of fossil fuel burning.

» keen-witted = perspicaz, agudo, sagaz, avispado, lince.

Example: She is famous for her series featuring homicide detective Peter Decker and his keen-witted, beautiful wife.

» peachy-keen = estupendo, magnífico, gracioso, mono, lindo, adorable, bello, precioso, collejo.

Example: Sure, other than all that, I guess they've been peachy-keen.

» put + a keener edge on + Nombre = hacer que Algo sea más importante e interesante.

Example: The fact that information is becoming recognized as being a commercially viable product puts a keener edge on LIS professional activities.
Keen synonyms:
good in spanish: bueno, pronunciation: gʊd part of speech: adjective great in spanish: genial, pronunciation: greɪt part of speech: adjective cool in spanish: guay, pronunciation: kul part of speech: adjective, verb swell in spanish: hinchar, pronunciation: swel part of speech: noun, verb acute in spanish: agudo, pronunciation: əkjut part of speech: adjective lament in spanish: lamento, pronunciation: ləment part of speech: noun, verb sharp in spanish: agudo, pronunciation: ʃɑrp part of speech: adjective neat in spanish: ordenado, pronunciation: nit part of speech: adjective bully in spanish: matón, pronunciation: bʊli part of speech: noun, verb exquisite in spanish: Exquisito, pronunciation: ekskwəzət part of speech: adjective intense in spanish: intenso, pronunciation: ɪntens part of speech: adjective intelligent in spanish: inteligente, pronunciation: ɪntelədʒənt part of speech: adjective dandy in spanish: dandy, pronunciation: dændi part of speech: noun nifty in spanish: hábil, pronunciation: nɪfti part of speech: adjective incisive in spanish: incisivo, pronunciation: ɪnsaɪsɪv part of speech: adjective perceptive in spanish: perceptivo, pronunciation: pɜrseptɪv part of speech: adjective groovy in spanish: maravilloso, pronunciation: gruvi part of speech: adjective cracking in spanish: agrietamiento, pronunciation: krækɪŋ part of speech: noun cutting in spanish: corte, pronunciation: kʌtɪŋ part of speech: noun peachy in spanish: aterciopelado, pronunciation: pitʃi part of speech: adjective piercing in spanish: perforación, pronunciation: pɪrsɪŋ part of speech: adjective smashing in spanish: imponente, pronunciation: smæʃɪŋ part of speech: noun, adjective bang-up in spanish: bang-up, pronunciation: bæŋmʌp part of speech: adjective discriminating in spanish: discriminante, pronunciation: dɪskrɪməneɪtɪŋ part of speech: adjective penetrating in spanish: penetrante, pronunciation: penətreɪtɪŋ part of speech: adjective stabbing in spanish: puñalada, pronunciation: stæbɪŋ part of speech: adjective slap-up in spanish: bofetada, pronunciation: slæpəp part of speech: adjective corking in spanish: taponamiento, pronunciation: kɔrkɪŋ part of speech: adjective penetrative in spanish: penetrante, pronunciation: penətreɪtɪv part of speech: adjective knifelike in spanish: como un cuchillo, pronunciation: naɪflaɪk part of speech: adjective not bad in spanish: no está mal, pronunciation: nɑtbæd
Follow us