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interest, awareness, amazement, impress, impressive, impressed, fascinate, interested, fascinated, intrigued, amazed, interesting

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As a Noun: 1. The desire you have to want to learn more about something; the attraction someone or something has for you because it is exciting or unusual. English = interest. 2. The knowledge you have about the existence of something; the realisation that something is present or happening. English = awareness. 3. What you feel when something surprises you very much. English = amazement. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To do something that makes someone admire and respect you; to feel admiration and respect. English = impress, (be) impressive; (be) impressed. Idiomatic English = make an impression. 2. To make people want to learn more about something or to attract their attention because it is exciting, unusual or surprising. English = interest, (be) interesting, fascinate, (be) fascinating, intrigue, (be) intriguing. 3. To feel you want to learn more about something or to feel your attention attracted to something because it is exciting or unusual. English = (be) interested, (be) fascinated, (be) intrigued. 4. To feel very surprised about something. English = (be) amazed.