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1(accept/agree) con entusiasmo(await/look forward to) ansiosamente(await/look forward to) con ansiedad e impaciencia(listen/read) con avidez
- To be sure, most Asians, whatever their creed, eagerly embrace modernity.
- He suggested a drink, and I nodded eagerly, for I was thirsty.
- I felt slightly like a puppy who had followed him home, eagerly performing the tricks he asked of me.
- Beaten, Buck calms down and eagerly eats food from the man's hand.
- She forgot the question at once and eagerly agreed.
- To a capacity crowd, they slip easily and eagerly into the role of warm-up band with a more than healthy gusto.
- If both parents are working, help is most often eagerly accepted - if not actively sought.
- They will eagerly, and often impulsively, engage in social interactions, even with strangers.
- The first half was eagerly and evenly contested with the best chance for Ardattin coming when Curry's shot clipped the crossbar.
- Member states have pursued their domestic interests too eagerly and threatened to disrupt a trade agreement.