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formal to feel very excited and pleased
formal to feel or show great pleasure and excitement, especially about something that you have achieved
to be extremely excited and impressed by someone who you like or admire
to be full of something such as nervousness or excitement
to become extremely excited and happy
used for saying that someone suddenly feels excited, nervous, or afraid
to become so excited or involved in something that you lose control of your feelings or behaviour
informal if an audience or group of people go crazy, they become very excited
to be very enthusiastic about doing something
informal to be very angry, excited, or enthusiastic
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