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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
interested /'intristid/
  • tính từ
    • có quan tâm, thích thú, có chú ý
      • an interested spectator: một khán giả chăm chú
    • có lợi ích riêng; có liên quan, có dính dáng; có cổ phần, có vốn đầu tư
    • không vô tư, cầu lợi
      • an interested aid: sự viện trợ không vô tư
Concise Dictionary
'ɪntərestɪd /'ɪntrɪstɪd
adj.
+having or showing interest; especially curiosity or fascination or concern
+involved in or affected by or having a claim to or share in

interests|interested|interesting'ɪntrɪst
noun
+a sense of concern with and curiosity about someone or something
+the power of attracting or holding one's attention (because it is unusual or exciting etc.)
+a reason for wanting something done
+a fixed charge for borrowing money; usually a percentage of the amount borrowed
+a diversion that occupies one's time and thoughts (usually pleasantly)
+(law) a right or legal share of something; a financial involvement with something
+(usually plural) a social group whose members control some field of activity and who have common aims
verb
+excite the curiosity of; engage the interest of
+be on the mind of
+be of importance or consequence

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 Also, interested in. engaged, absorbed, engrossed, drawn (to), attracted (by), involved (in), curious (about), fascinated (by), keen (on), stimulated (by), responsive (to), concerned (about):
We talked about investing in my plastics company, and he seemed interested. She has become interested in designing jewellery
2 concerned, involved, non-objective, partial, biased, prejudiced, prejudicial, partisan, predisposed:
You cannot get an honest appraisal of the painting's value from an interested party.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
1 ~ (in sth/sb)
~ (in doing sth)
~ (to do sth) giving your attention to sth because you enjoy finding out about it or doing it; showing interest in sth and finding it exciting: I'm very interested in history. + Anyone interested in joining the club should contact us at the address below. + We would be interested to hear your views on this subject. + an interested audience / reader + She was watching with a politely interested expression on her face. + There's a talk on Italian art-are you interested (= would you like to go)? + He sounded genuinely interested.
2 in a position to gain from a situation or be affected by it: As an interested party, I was not allowed to vote. + Interested groups will be given three months to give their views on the new development. + There were representatives of all the interested parties at the public meeting.
WHICH WORD?

interested / interesting / uninterested / disinterested / uninteresting
The opposite of interested is uninterested or not interested: He is completely uninterested in politics. + I am not really interested in politics.
Disinterested means that you can be fair in judging a situation because you do not feel personally involved in it: A solicitor can give you disinterested advice. However, in speech it is sometimes used instead of uninterested, although this is thought to be incorrect.
The opposite of interesting can be uninteresting: The food was dull and uninteresting. It is more common to use a different word such as dull or boring.
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

appear, be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, get
She got very interested in politics.
| remain | get sb
We need to get more young people interested in the sport.
| keep sb
You need to keep your audience interested.

ADV.

deeply, especially, extremely, greatly, intensely, keenly, more than a little, most, particularly, passionately, really, seriously, specially, terribly, very (much)
Ben must have been more than a little interested in the possibility to have pursued it so far.
| genuinely, truly | increasingly | not at all, not (in) the least bit, not in the least, not remotely
He's not in the least bit interested in girls.
| only half, not much, not very
Carrie was only half interested in the conversation.
| fairly, mildly, quite, vaguely | just
‘Why do you ask?’ ‘I'm just interested, that's all.’
| enough, sufficiently
I wasn't interested enough in the argument to take sides one way or the other.
| chiefly, mainly, primarily, principally | always, long
I am always interested in how differently people can look at the same event. Charles had long been interested in architecture.
| still | no longer | potentially | apparently, reportedly | clearly, obviously | actively
As a landowner, he was actively interested in agricultural improvements.
| professionally

PREP.

in
She's always been interested in other people.


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