- [U]兴奋,激动 the state or quality of being excited
- [C]令人兴奋的事 an exciting event
the feeling of lively and cheerful joy;
"he could hardly conceal his excitement when she agreed"
the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up;
"his face was flushed with excitement and his hands trembled"
"he tried to calm those who were in a state of extreme inflammation"
something that agitates and arouses;
"he looked forward to the excitements of the day"
disturbance usually in protest
- The excitement quickened my pulse.
- Her eyes kindled with excitement.
- The boys were running in excitement.
- Her heart was throbbing with excitement.
- His eyes were wild with excitement.
- He has a weak heart, and should avoid excitement.
- Very great excitement prevails throughout the country.
- Life will seem very quiet after the excitements of our holiday.
- arouse〔create, stir up〕 excitement 引起兴奋
- avoid〔conceal, restain〕 excitement 避免〔掩饰,抑制〕激动
- cause excitement 引起骚动
- feel excitement 感到高兴〔激动〕
- alcoholic excitement 酒后兴奋
- extreme〔great〕 excitement 极度〔十分〕兴奋
- inner excitement 内心的激动
- nervous excitement 神经兴奋
- political excitement 政治骚动
No great excitements are expected from the last witnesses before the congressional committees.出自：Economist