Spanish English Dictionary

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emocionado in English:

1. thrilled thrilled


be thrilled to see/hear/learn etc something
He's thrilled with his new job.
I'm so thrilled about going to Mexico!
She thrilled at the thought that she would meet the famous singer.
I'm not thrilled he's living at your place. / He was obviously so thrilled that I was dating his son.
My cat is thrilled with joy when she gets fish for dinner.
I was thrilled when I heard I was going to become a grandpa.
I was thrilled that so many people turned up to the party.
'Come closer so I can see you better', said the king, who was thrilled to be king over someone at last.
The City Mouse was thrilled to recive his friend's invitation.
I remember how thrilled I was the first time that I swam after recovering from the operation.
I'm thrilled about the London premiere.
My ​parents weren’t too thrilled when they ​found out.
I’m not very thrilled about having to do it again. She was thrilled with your present. Dan was thrilled with his birthday cake.
I was thrilled

English word "emocionado"(thrilled) occurs in sets:

adj. calif. II

2. agog agog


I’ve been agog all afternoon, waiting for the next part of your story. Paul was agog with curiosity.
They were all agog for the news.

English word "emocionado"(agog) occurs in sets:

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