keen

形容詞
  • ja

    熱心な、熱望して

    Globify による定義
  • en

    being very interested or enthusiastic to do something or wanting something to happen very much

    Globify による定義
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And I rushed back, anxious for your feelings.
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I'm keen to be near you.
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Navigators were keen observers of the natural world.
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They were abundantly familiar with trade wind-generated ocean swells,
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which typically flow northeast or southeast.
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l'm quite keen on comic books.
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Especially the ones about superheroes.
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Why are you so keen to delete your Facebook account?
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It's old news, man.
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Keen on mischievous pranks,
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Franklin would often shock his friends with these machines.
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You know, I'm not so keen on this one.
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I figure you are.
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But you know what? I'm ready to go.
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We have 3 different cuts of horse meat here.
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The only bit I'm not so keen on eating is this white stuff.
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This is the horse mane, the neck of the horse.
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They're joined by guest Ahangar Goo, a volcanologist at Addis Ababa University.
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He's keen to collect lava samples from inside the volcano,
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something no one's done in almost a quarter of a century.
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You guys seem so keen on the beef tongue.
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- Giving it to us time and time again. - Oh, jeez.
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Hey, Harry... you keen on earning a coin?
形容詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    鋭い

  • en

    having a sharp edge or point

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