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  1. keen

    • IPA[kiːn]

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    • adj.
      having or showing eagerness or enthusiasm;interested in or attracted by (someone or something)
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    • 1. having or showing eagerness or enthusiasm:

      a keen gardener

      John was keen to help

    • 2. interested in or attracted by (someone or something):

      Bob makes it obvious he's keen on her

    • 3. (of a sense) highly developed:

      I have keen eyesight

    • 4. having or showing great perception or insight:

      her keen intellect

      a keen understanding of animal psychology

    • 5. (of the edge or point of a blade) sharp:

      the keen blade went through the weeds

    • 6. (of the air or wind) extremely cold; biting:

      a keen wind cut through their thick overalls

    • 7. (of a smell, light, or sound) penetrating; clear:

      ear-splitting explosive bursts, keen and sharp

    • 8. (of activity or feeling) intense:

      there could be keen competition to provide the service

    • 9. (of prices) very low; competitive:

      we offer extremely keen rates

    • 10. excellent:

      I would soon fly to distant stars—how keen!

    • n. a person who wails or sings in grief for a dead person:

    • a team of five keeners was hired to cry on the way to escort their father to the crematorium

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    • n. a person who wails or sings in grief for a dead person:

    • a team of five keeners was hired to cry on the way to escort their father to the crematorium

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    • adj. very satisfactory; fine:

    • I'm not saying everything is peachy keen

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    • ph. extremely enthusiastic

    • I'm not saying everything is peachy keen

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    • adj. extremely observant:

    • an accident was averted by a keen-eyed officer

      keen-eyed talent spotters

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    • adj. quick to notice and understand things:

    • a keen-witted man of much insight

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    • IPA[kēn]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of a sense) highly developed:
    • I have keen eyesight

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    • v.
      wail in grief for a dead person; sing a keen:
    • the body of Johnny was taken by his own people who keened over him
    • n.
      an Irish funeral song accompanied by wailing in lamentation for the dead.
    • the body of Johnny was taken by his own people who keened over him

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    • IPA[kiːn]

    英式

    • v.
      wail in grief for a dead person:
    • the body of Johnny was taken by his own people who keened over him
    • n.
      an Irish funeral song accompanied by wailing in lamentation for the dead.
    • the body of Johnny was taken by his own people who keened over him

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