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.
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Keen, Mean, Gleen
"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.."
it means when you are keen to do something anything