Translation of keenness in Spanish:

keenness

entusiasmo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈkiːnnəs//ˈkinˌnəs/

noun

  • 1

    (enthusiasm, eagerness)
    entusiasmo masculine
    her keenness to meet them was obvious era obvio que estaba deseando conocerlos
    • At the end, I was greatly impressed by the smartness and keenness of all of them, and by the firmness and intelligence of their questions.
    • Bur rather than settle down and start producing a bland composite, he retains his enthusiasm and keenness to experiment.
    • The dive leaves me with a profound respect for these beautiful creatures and a new keenness to see them in the wild.
    • When I recall my early enthusiasm and keenness and compare it with three or four years later, I see a significant difference.
    • Do not, in a fit of keenness, give your e-mail address to every single university society at the freshers' fair.
  • 2

    (of knife, blade) lo afilado literary
    (of wind) lo cortante
  • 3

    (of sight, hearing, mind, wit)
    agudeza feminine
  • 4formal

    (of pleasure, suffering, remorse) intensidad feminine
    (of competition) lo reñido