excitedadjective

  • ja興奮した、ワクワク[ドキドキ]した
  • enstirred emotionally; very eager and enthusiastic

Examples

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- I'm pregnant. - We're pregnant!
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- Wow, I can't believe it. - Congratulations.
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What a surprise.
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What the hell? I thought you guys would be more excited than that.
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Oh, I'm excited.
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Today is beach day.
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You guys excited about the party?
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- It's gonna be fun. - Yeah.
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Oh, look at you.
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Monica, if you get 5 cool points,
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you get to make someone take off 1 item of clothing.
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It hasn't happened yet, but we're all very excited.
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And I'm so excited to be here tonight to sell you all of these cool old Greek things.
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We're all very excited you're gonna be joining us.
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It'll be nice to have another MBA around here.
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I'm excited, too.
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I'm feeling nervous, definitely, but mostly very excited.
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Here we go.
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And some say it takes virtual reality to the next level.
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I'm excited.
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Can I put it on? Can I put it on?
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Why are you even so excited about this thing?
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Yeah, its just another useless Apple product they want us to ''think we need.''