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keen
kiːn
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Having a sharp cutting edge or point.
  2. Painful as if caused by a sharp instrument.
  3. Very good.
  4. Intense or sharp.
  5. Having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions.
(名) As a noun
  1. A funeral lament sung with loud wailing.
(动) As a verb
  1. Express grief verbally.
Hyphenationkeen
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (动) verb, (名) noun
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敏锐mǐnruìkeen; sharp; acute
锐利ruìlìsharp; keen; acute; incisive; penetrating; perceptive
锋利fēnglìsharp (e.g. knife blade); incisive; to the point
厉害lìhaidifficult to deal with; difficult to endure; ferocious; radical; serious; terrible; violent; tremendous; awesome
激烈jīlièintense; acute; fierce
强烈的qiángliè destrong
强烈qiánglièintense; (violently) strong
渴望kěwàngto thirst for; to long for
热心的rèxīn dewarm hearted
热心rèxīnenthusiasm; zeal; zealous; zest; enthusiastic; ardent; warmhearted
喜欢xǐhuanto like; to be fond of
尖利jiānlìsharp; keen; cutting; shrill; piercing
灵醒língxǐng(of senses, mind etc) alert; keen; clear-minded
lüèstone, to sharpen a knife, sharp-pointed; sharp, vigorous; energetic; keen
zhìdo not know, to know nothing about, quickly; fast, sharp; keen
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