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thrill

1. verb excite, delight (sb)2. verb become excited3. noun excitement, pleasure4. noun source of excitement, pleasure5. noun sudden strong feeling
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1 verb excite, delight (sb) TRANSITIVEsceitimíní a chur arhistory thrilled her bhí sí an-tógtha leis an stairhe's thrilled listeners worldwide tá sceitimíní curtha aige ar éisteoirí ar fud an domhain, tá éisteoirí ar fud an domhain curtha faoi dhraíocht aigeI was thrilled with the result bhí mé an-sásta go deo leis an toradh, bhí cluaisíní croí orm faoin toradhshe'd be thrilled to see you bheadh áthas an domhain uirthi tú a fheiceáil 2 verb become excited INTRANSITIVEpeople still thrill to the sound of pipes is aoibhinn le daoine ceol na bpíob a chloisteáil go fóill
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3 noun excitement, pleasuresceitimíní  c m uscleondar masc1  c m ulúcháir fem2  c m uit gave me quite a thrill chuir sé eiteoga ar mo chroí, chuir sé cluaisíní croí ormit gives him a real thrill to play music is aoibhinn leis ceol a sheinm, baineann sé an-taitneamh as ceol a chasadh 4 noun source of excitement, pleasureseeing him playing was a tremendous thrill thógfadh sé do chroí é a fheiceáil ag imirt, ba mhór an spórt é a fheiceáil i mbun imearthait was such a thrill to have an opportunity to play with him b'iontach go deo an deis a fháil seinm leis 5 noun sudden strong feelingdeanndrithlín masc4  c m ugoin  c m uthrills of joy drithlíní áthais
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the thrill of the chase

fonn a dhéanann fiach

thrills and spills

informaleachtraí gaile agus gaisce

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