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excitable

  • 1 excitable

    adjective (easily becoming excited or upset.) vzrušivý
    * * *
    • vznětlivý
    • podrážděný
    • dráždivý

    English-Czech dictionary > excitable

  • 2 cool

    [ku:l] 1. adjective
    1) (slightly cold: cool weather.) chladný
    2) (calm or not excitable: He's very cool in a crisis.) klidný
    3) (not very friendly: He was very cool towards me.) chladný
    4) ((slang) great; terrific; fantastic: Wow, that's really cool!; You look cool in those jeans!) úžasný, skvělý
    2. verb
    1) (to make or become less warm: The jelly will cool better in the refrigerator; She cooled her hands in the stream.) ochladit (se)
    2) (to become less strong: His affection for her has cooled; Her anger cooled.) zchladnout, ochladnout
    3. noun
    (cool air or atmosphere: the cool of the evening.) chlad
    - coolness
    - cool-headed
    - cool down
    - keep one's cool
    - lose one's cool
    * * *
    • ochlazovat
    • ochladit
    • hustý
    • chladný
    • chlad

    English-Czech dictionary > cool

  • 3 excite

    1) (to cause or rouse strong feelings of expectation, happiness etc in: The children were excited at the thought of the party.) vzrušit
    2) (to cause or rouse (feelings, emotions etc): The book did not excite my interest.) vyvolat
    - excitability
    - excited
    - excitedly
    - excitement
    - exciting
    * * *
    • vzrušit
    • vyvolat
    • podráždit
    • rozčilit
    • strhovat
    • dráždit

    English-Czech dictionary > excite

  • 4 nervy

    adjective (excitable: The horse is rather nervy.) vznětlivý
    * * *
    • nervózní

    English-Czech dictionary > nervy

  • 5 temperamental

    [-'men-]
    adjective (emotional; excitable; showing quick changes of mood.) náladový
    * * *
    • náladový

    English-Czech dictionary > temperamental

См. также в других словарях:

  • excitable — [ ɛksitabl ] adj. • 1812; h. XIVe; lat. excitabilis; de exciter 1 ♦ Cour. Prompt à s exciter, à s énerver. ⇒ coléreux, irritable, nerveux, susceptible. « Quand les hommes sont trop malheureux, ils deviennent excitables » (Taine). 2 ♦ Physiol. Qui …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Excitable — Ex*cit a*ble, a. [L. excitabilis inciting: cf. F. excitable.] Capable of being excited, or roused into action; susceptible of excitement; easily stirred up, or stimulated. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • excitable — adjetivo 1. (ser / estar) Que se excita con facilidad: Reconozco que en algunas ocasiones estoy muy excitable …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • Excitable — may refer to: * a rock song on the 1987 Def Leppard album Hysteria * a hit song by the British band Amazulu …   Wikipedia

  • excitable — index demonstrative (expressive of emotion), fractious, hot blooded, restive, volatile Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • excitable — c.1600, from L.L. excitabilis inciting, animating, from excitare (see EXCITE (Cf. excite)). Related: Excitability …   Etymology dictionary

  • excitable — is spelt without an e in the middle …   Modern English usage

  • excitable — [adj] easily upset or inspired agitable, alarmable, demonstrative, edgy, emotional, enthusiastic, fidgety, fierce, fiery, galvanic, hasty, high strung, hot headed, hot tempered, hysterical, impatient, impetuous, impulsive, inflammable, intolerant …   New thesaurus

  • excitable — (Del lat. excitabĭlis). 1. adj. Capaz de ser excitado. 2. Que se excita fácilmente …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • excitable — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ easily excited. DERIVATIVES excitability noun excitably adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • excitable — [ek sīt′ə bəl, iksīt′ə bəl] adj. 1. that is easily excited 2. Physiol. capable of responding to the proper stimulus; irritable excitability n. excitably adv …   English World dictionary


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