At the beginning he was really enthusiastic.
Parents are enthusiastic.
His speech met with enthusiastic applause.
Why is he so enthusiastic about your idea? Were you talking about it before?
He hid his emotions and pretended to be enthusiastic.
He pretends to be enthusiastic when his boss is around.
The astronauts were greeted by their enthusiastic cheers and applause.
This book is a result of his enthusiastic research.
If they are as enthusiastic as shy, I don't find it difficult to believe that they are the most enthusiastic people in the world.
The baseball stadium was full of enthusiastic fans.
He always stands off when people are enthusiastic.
Having reached the rank of prime minister, and with the enthusiastic support of the masses, it seems he is able to wield presidential powers.
Could you be a little less enthusiastic?
Be enthusiastic. Enthusiasm and positivity are contagious. Happy people are more engaged and productive.
An ardent affection for the human race makes enthusiastic characters eager to produce alteration in laws and governments prematurely.
English word "entuzjastyczny"(enthusiastic) occurs in sets:Przymiotniki - Character and personalitykartkówka z angielskiego (pierwsza część)Lista przymiotników opisujących charakter.English 1LO: worlds list - personality."New Matura Success" - Pre-Intermediate Unit 10
The team received a rapturous welcome.
The song is exuberant.
an exuberant personality / imagination
Hanka is a bit to exuberant.
a noisy bunch of exuberant youngsters
The Python philosophy rejects exuberant syntax.
We need young and exuberant people in this firm.
I have never been in a town so full of exuberant people.
Young and exuberant, he symbolizes Italy's new vitality.
His exuberant attitude helped him get over the loss.
The trees have exuberant foliage.
Those children are in exuberant spirits.
English word "entuzjastyczny"(exuberant) occurs in sets:Emotions and feelingsEmocje i uczuciaUczucia i emocje
David has a keen interest in aesthetics — the qualities that make a painting, sculpture, musical composition, or poem pleasing to the eye, ear, or mind.
keen on something
A fence between makes love more keen.
Competition is very keen in the car industry.
Boeing, which builds more than half the world's commercial airliners, is understandably keen to draw attention to what can go wrong besides planes.
Japanese parents are not keen to talk about their own children.
bank was keen to build long term customer thrust.
They were very keen to start work as soon as possible.
She always look for extra work to do- she's very keen.
a. The butcher’s keen knife cut through the meat.
As a keen cyclist I am especially pleased by the provisions for carrying bicycles on the train.
They were very keen to start work as soon as possible.; Joan wanted to go to a movie but I wasn't keen (= I didn't want to go).; She's a keen tennis player.; She's keen on (playing) tennis.
meets a unique set of obstacles, but Campbell’s keen insight was that the outline of these stories is
He has become keen on Italian food since visiting Rome.
Hounds hunt by their keen scent.
5. enthusiastic about
She's enthusiastic about her work.
English word "entuzjastyczny"(enthusiastic about) occurs in sets:angielski cechy charakteru 2Phrasal verbs