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excited

  • 1 excited

    adjective rozčilený
    * * *
    • vzrušený

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  • 2 keyed up

    (excited; tense.) rozrušený; napjatý
    * * *
    • nedočkavý

    English-Czech dictionary > keyed up

  • 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 agitate

    ['æ‹iteit]
    1) (to make (someone) excited and anxious: The news agitated her.) vzrušit, zneklidnit
    2) (to try to arouse public feeling and action: That group is agitating for prison reform.) agitovat
    3) (to shake: The tree was agitated by the wind.) zmítat
    - agitation
    - agitator
    * * *
    • třepat
    • rozrušit
    • agitovat

    English-Czech dictionary > agitate

  • 5 agog

    [ə'ɡoɡ]
    (eager and excited: We were all agog at the news.) dychtivý, napjatý
    * * *
    • napjatý
    • nedočkavý
    • dychtivý

    English-Czech dictionary > agog

  • 6 calm

    1. adjective
    1) (still or quiet: a calm sea; The weather was calm.) klidný
    2) (not anxious or excited: a calm person/expression; Please keep calm!) klidný
    2. noun
    1) ((a period of) absence of wind and large waves.) bezvětří
    2) (peace and quiet: He enjoyed the calm of the library.) klid
    3. verb
    (to make calm: Calm yourself!) uklidnit
    - calmness
    - calm down
    * * *
    • tichý
    • ticho
    • utišit
    • uklidnit
    • vlažný
    • klid
    • klidný
    • bezvětří
    • bezvětrný

    English-Czech dictionary > calm

  • 7 carry

    ['kæri]
    1) (to take from one place etc to another: She carried the child over the river; Flies carry disease.) nést/nosit; přenést/přenášet
    2) (to go from one place to another: Sound carries better over water.) nést se, přenášet se
    3) (to support: These stone columns carry the weight of the whole building.) nést, podpírat
    4) (to have or hold: This job carries great responsibility.) nést s sebou
    5) (to approve (a bill etc) by a majority of votes: The parliamentary bill was carried by forty-two votes.) schválit (hlasováním)
    6) (to hold (oneself) in a certain way: He carries himself like a soldier.) nést se

    ((slang) a fuss; excited behaviour.) povyk, humbuk

    ((of bags or cases) that passengers can carry with them on board a plane.) příruční (zavazadlo)

    - carry-cot
    - be/get carried away
    - carry forward
    - carry off
    - carry on
    - carry out
    - carry weight
    * * *
    • nést
    • nést - nosit
    • nosit
    • dopravovat
    • dopravit

    English-Czech dictionary > carry

  • 8 cool down

    1) (to make or become less warm: Let your food cool down a bit!) vychladnout
    2) (to make or become less excited or less emotional: He was very angry but he's cooled down now.) uklidnit (se)
    * * *
    • zchladit
    • ochladit
    • ochlazovat

    English-Czech dictionary > cool down

  • 9 excitable

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

    English-Czech dictionary > excitable

  • 10 exuberant

    [iɡ'zju:bərənt]
    (happy and excited or in high spirits: an exuberant mood.) bujný
    * * *
    • bujný
    • energický

    English-Czech dictionary > exuberant

  • 11 ferment

    1. [fə'ment] verb
    1) (to (make something) go through a particular chemical change (as when yeast is added to dough in the making of bread): Grape juice must be fermented before it becomes wine.) kvasit
    2) (to excite or be excited: He is the kind of person to ferment trouble.) vyvolávat, působit
    2. ['fə:ment] noun
    (a state of excitement: The whole city was in a ferment.) neklid, kvas
    * * *
    • fermentovat
    • kvašení
    • kvasnice

    English-Czech dictionary > ferment

  • 12 feverish

    1) (having a slight fever: She seems a bit feverish tonight.) horečnatý
    2) (restlessly excited: a feverish air.) horečný, nepokojný
    * * *
    • horečnatý
    • horečný

    English-Czech dictionary > feverish

  • 13 frantic

    ['fræntik]
    1) (anxious or very worried: The frantic mother searched for her child.) šílený, zoufalý
    2) (wildly excited: the frantic pace of modern life.) rušný, horečný
    * * *
    • šílený
    • horečný

    English-Czech dictionary > frantic

  • 14 horny

    1) (like horn: a horny substance.) rohovitý
    2) (as hard as horn: horny hands.) mozolnatý
    3) ((slang) sexually excited; easily aroused sexually: feeling horny.) nadržený
    * * *
    • vzrušený
    • rohatý
    • sexy
    • rohový
    • rohovitý
    • nadržený

    English-Czech dictionary > horny

  • 15 mania

    ['meiniə]
    1) (a form of mental illness in which the sufferer is over-active, over-excited, and unreasonably happy.) mánie
    2) (an unreasonable enthusiasm for something: He has a mania for fast cars.) mánie
    - manic
    * * *
    • vášeň
    • posedlost
    • mánie

    English-Czech dictionary > mania

  • 16 manic

    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) maniakální
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) maniakální
    * * *
    • šílený
    • maniakální

    English-Czech dictionary > manic

  • 17 nerves

    noun plural (the condition of being too easily excited or upset: She suffers from nerves.) nervozita
    * * *
    • nervy

    English-Czech dictionary > nerves

  • 18 phlegmatic

    adjective (calm; not easily excited: She's very phlegmatic - nothing would ever make her panic.) netečný, lhostejný
    * * *
    • flegmatický
    • lhostejný
    • netečný

    English-Czech dictionary > phlegmatic

  • 19 seething

    ['si:ðiŋ]
    1) ((sometimes with with) very crowded: a seething mass of people; The beach is seething with people.) hemžící se
    2) ((usually with with) very excited or agitated: seething with excitement/anger.) vřící
    3) (very angry: He was seething when he left the meeting.) vzteklý
    * * *
    • vařící
    • horoucí

    English-Czech dictionary > seething

  • 20 squawk

    [skwo:k] 1. noun
    (a loud harsh cry made eg by an excited or angry bird: The hen gave a squawk when she saw the fox.) skřek
    2. verb
    (to make a sound of this sort.) vydávat skřeky
    * * *
    • skřehotat
    • skřehotání

    English-Czech dictionary > squawk

См. также в других словарях:

  • excited — excited; un·excited; pho·to·excited; …   English syllables

  • excited — index eager, ecstatic, fervent, frenetic, restive, vehement Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • excited — 1650s, magnetically or electrically stimulated; modern sense of agitated attested 1855; pp. adj. from EXCITE (Cf. excite). Related: Excitedly …   Etymology dictionary

  • excited — [adj] inspired; upset aflame, agitated, animated, annoyed, aroused, awakened, beside oneself*, charged, delighted, discomposed, disconcerted, disturbed, eager, enthusiastic, feverish, fired up*, frantic, high*, hot*, hot and bothered*,… …   New thesaurus

  • excited — [ek sīt′id, ik sīt′id] adj. 1. emotionally aroused; agitated 2. Physics in a state of excitation excitedly adv …   English World dictionary

  • excited */*/ — UK [ɪkˈsaɪtɪd] / US [ɪkˈsaɪtəd] adjective Collocations: Excited describes how you feel: I m excited about my holiday. ♦ She didn t seem very excited. Exciting describes things or situations that make you feel excited: I find circuses very… …   English dictionary

  • excited — ex|cit|ed [ıkˈsaıtıd] adj 1.) happy, interested, or hopeful because something good has happened or will happen ▪ Steve flies home tomorrow we re all really excited. excited about ▪ Maria s starting to get pretty excited about the wedding. excited …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • excited — ex|cit|ed [ ık saıtəd ] adjective ** 1. ) very happy and enthusiastic because something good is going to happen, especially when this makes you unable to relax: I was so excited I couldn t sleep. excited by: Excited by the news, Marie phoned her… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • excited — adjective 1 happy, interested, or hopeful because something good has happened or will happen: Steve s flying home tomorrow we re all really excited. | excited crowds of shoppers (+ about): The kids are so excited about Christmas. (+ by): We were… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • excited — adj. 1) excited about, at, over (to get excited about smt.) 2) excited to + inf. (she was excited to learn the news) * * * [ɪk saɪtɪd] at over (to get excited about smt.) excited about excited to + inf. (she was excited to learn the news) excited …   Combinatory dictionary

  • excited — adj. VERBS ▪ be, feel, look, seem, sound ▪ become, get, grow ▪ get sb …   Collocations dictionary


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