ニュースで英語術(April 22, 2021)
consort noun [C]
UK /ˈkɒn.sɔːt/ US /ˈkɑːn.sɔːrt/
a wife or husband, especially of a ruler
UK /kiːn/ US /kiːn/
keen adjective (EAGER)
B1 very interested, eager, or wanting (to do) something very much:
They were very keen to start work as soon as possible.
Joan wanted to go to a movie but I wasn't keen (= I didn't want to go).
She's a keen tennis player.
She's keen on (playing) tennis.
UK My son's mad keen on cycling.
He's rather keen on a girl in his school (= he is very attracted to her).
(from Cambridge Dictionary)
release (rɪliːs) VERB [usually passive]
If a person or animal is released from somewhere where they have been locked up or looked after, they are set free or allowed to go.
He was released from custody the next day. [be VERB-ed + from]
He is expected to be released from hospital today. [be V-ed from n]
Fifty-five foxes were released from a fur farm by animal rights activists.
[be V-ed from n]
He was released on bail. [be VERB-ed]
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