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 enthusiastic [ɪn`θjuzɪ'æstɪk]   添加此单词到默认生词本
a. 狂热的, 热心的, 热烈的

  1. He is enthusiastic about helping others.
    他热心助人。
  2. None of the enthusiastic volunteers realized that they would die like dogs in the trenches of the Somme.
    满腔热情的志愿军都没有认识到,他们会在萨默壕沟中悲惨地死去。
  3. His idea received an enthusiastic response.
    他的想法获得热烈的响应。


enthusiastic
[ adj ]
having or showing great excitement and interest
<adj.all>
enthusiastic crowds filled the streetsan enthusiastic response
was enthusiastic about taking ballet lessons


Enthusiastic \En*thu`si*as"tic\, Enthusiastical
\En*thu`si*as"tic*al\, a. [Gr. ? .]
Filled with enthusiasm; characterized by enthusiasm; zealous;
as, an enthusiastic lover of art. ``Enthusiastical
raptures.'' --Calamy. -- {En*thu`si*as"tic*al*ly}, adv.

A young man . . . of a visionary and enthusiastic
character. --W. Irving.


Enthusiastic \En*thu`si*as"tic\, n.
An enthusiast; a zealot. [Obs.]

  1. The Japanese are most enthusiastic about the notion of yen-denominated U.S. government bonds.
  2. Sources said Mr. Spoor wasn't enthusiastic initially, but came around to favoring Mr. Smith as the list shrank.
  3. So there is no need to be rushed by enthusiastic, commission-hunting intermediaries. But delay can mean that, if the employee does eventually invest in a life company pension contract, there is less time for the underlying fund to grow.
  4. While most analysts expect modest earnings growth this fiscal year, they are enthusiastic about the future, largely due to the prospects for Bombardier's 50-seat Regional Jet, or RJ.
  5. The group, including residents from Washington, Oregon and California, arrived five hours behind schedule because of mechanical troubles, but remained enthusiastic about its mission.
  6. Some said they weren't enthusiastic about Quayle, but they weren't buying the idea of dumping him.
  7. Spectators said they stood behind Mrs. Thatcher's position on human rights, but they were less enthusiastic about her attitude toward trade unions.
  8. But some Democratic senators have said they aren't enthusiastic about a fight over the nominee based on his life style, rather than on his views.
  9. They also said investors seemed to back away from an initially enthusiastic response to testimony by Alan Greenspan, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, before the House Banking Committee on the Fed's credit policies.
  10. In 1987 their contribution was negligible. Mr Field remains enthusiastic about the appeal of the original organisers. He points out that more than 65 per cent of sales are to women, mostly housewives.
  11. A less enthusiastic ovation followed his brief tribute to the absent Botha.
  12. In 1974, Sotheby's auctioned the huge Garbisch collection of folk art to an enthusiastic reception.
  13. It doesn't make you very enthusiastic about coming to school." The takeover law, enacted five months ago, gives New Jersey officials some of the broadest powers in the nation to take control of troubled districts.
  14. As the candidate emerged from speaking to a wildly enthusiastic black audience in St. Mark's Episcopal Church, about two dozen dark-suited Orthodox Jewish men stood somberly at the edge of about 200 supporters waiting outside.
  15. So far, he has performed or supervised more than 5,000 ultrasound prostate examinations and has become one of the most enthusiastic advocates of the technology.
  16. For example, bankers here point to Mr. Letertre's enthusiastic use of an innovative form of investment funds that generate tax credits, known as "turbo funds," which have since been ruled illegal.
  17. He has been an enthusiastic backer of a proposed 18-mile private toll road near Dulles Airport.
  18. He said he expected Commerce and Energy department officials to be enthusiastic about the sale but said defense officials may express reservations.
  19. This gives us a network of people who are enthusiastic." This is no joke, it's the New York governor's race.
  20. "The audience was so enthusiastic because they have a nostalgic appeal. They were an inspiration." Sometimes, to give her elderly neighbors a lift, Ms. Dooley brings them to a Ziegfeld show.
  21. The students had their football season opener Friday night, and gave Quayle the most enthusiastic crowd reception to date since he became the Republican vice presidential nominee.
  22. "It isn't that we're not enthusiastic, it's that we're sensible," he says.
  23. Its leaders do not see what young people expect the Union to do. If they took a single step in the right direction, then young people would be enthusiastic.
  24. The most enthusiastic converts to teleworking among the 500 members of the NCC which responded to the survey were companies in the IT field.
  25. By contrast, in Germany six of the 10 regions say they are 'better off' as the result of the EU. In Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate, North Rhine-Westphalia, Hamburg and Berlin are most enthusiastic about regional benefits.
  26. "You're perfection," yelled one enthusiastic woman.
  27. Other nations haven't been very enthusiastic.
  28. The workforce has given the deal an enthusiastic welcome, and the commercial aircraft market seems finally to be climbing out of its Gulf war tailspin.
  29. Recently privatized British Aerospace is the most enthusiastic.
  30. But in March non-bank UK investors were much less enthusiastic.
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