Keen can have several meaning depending on its place in language, is can mean 'sharp and having a fine cutting edge', or highly developed, or eager or zealous, it can mean sever or acute (as in a keen or acute sense of hearing), it can also mean closely contested or strong. Also 'to be keen on' can mean to have a strong affection for.
"Keen" can mean either sharp or eager.
Mustard has a sharp or keen taste. "Keen as mustard" means being sharp-minded.
sheen, lean, mean, bean, green, jean, keen, ween
"The chase is keen." It often referrs to any sort of chase, that is in your favor. Or "keen" can be used such as; "Hello, Sheryl. I'm not to keen on our dinner plans, can we reschedule?"
It's "Peachy Keen" and it means you are ok Example: Person 1: "Are you feeling ok?" Person 2: "Peachy Keen.."
Keen, Mean, Gleen
it means when you are keen to do something anything
I'm keen on soup
It means one has keen eyesight.
As keen as mustard or as keen as a kitten
Sharp ANSWER 2 Keen means intelligent. It can also be a verb and mean to wail or sob loudly. For example: "The woman saw that her child was dead and began to keen." Keen is also a slang word from the 50's and 60's and it means great, wonderful, good, cool. A teenager might remark, " That is a keen guitar you have."
1. having keen mental perception and understanding; discerning: to exhibit perspicacious judgment. 2. Archaic. having keen vision.
having or showing eagerness or enthusiasm
Keen is an adjective. It is used to describe a noun or a pronoun as sharp, or finely sharpened. Examples include a keen edge, keen wind, keen eyes, keen mind.
there is no country that rhymes mean, for if there was I would be keen, alas there are the marines, that really aren't that mean. - the rhymer
The expression is to be "keen on" something or someone, if you are an enthusiast or a lover.
This does not appear to be Japanese.
Keen, enthusiastic, intent, impatient, determined?
means he`s not that keen