[ɪnˌθjuːzɪ'æstɪk], [en-]
1) восторженный; полный энтузиазма

enthusiastic welcome — восторженный приём

enthusiastic supporter — горячий сторонник

to be enthusiastic about (doing) smth.; to be enthusiastic over (doing) smth. — быть в восторге от чего-л.

The Chairman was quite enthusiastic about the idea. — Председатель был в восторге от этой идеи.

They will not be enthusiastic about altering the status quo. — Изменение статус-кво не вызовет у них энтузиазма.

Truman was initially less enthusiastic over the appointment. — Трумэн поначалу относился к назначению с меньшим восторгом.

2) увлечённый

He seems very enthusiastic about his role in the play. — По нему видно, что он очень увлечён своей ролью в пьесе.


Англо-русский современный словарь. 2014.

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