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pique your interest/curiosity

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpique your interest/curiositypique your interest/curiosityespecially American EnglishINTERESTED to make you feel interested in something or someone She was hostile to him, which piqued his curiosity. pique
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pique your interest/curiosityBut something innkeeper Darlene Elders said over breakfast piqued their interest.Then he told me something that piqued my curiosity.But three recent cases are piquing our interest, and analysts say they may signal new and more venal form of corruption.What we want to do first, though, is to pique your interest by sharing some of the accomplishments.The tour of the hospital piqued her interest in studying medicine.But organization is not the arena that piques my interest most.
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