Avid definition is - characterized by enthusiasm and vigorous pursuit very eager and enthusiastic.
Extremely eager or interested an avid football fan an avid supporter of the arts he took an avid interest in the project.
Adjective usually adjective noun you use avid to describe someone who is very enthusiastic about something that they do. He misses not having enough books because hes an avid reader.
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Definition of avid written for english language learners from the merriam-webster learners dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and countnoncount noun labels.
Mid 18th century from french avide or latin avidus, from avere crave.
If youre an avid reader, it means you read as much as you can, whenever you can.
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The word avid is relatively new, coming into the language in the 18th century from the french word avide, which comes from the latin word avidus.
Having or marked by keen interest and enthusiasm an avid golfer an avid interest in cooking. Having or marked by strong desire or craving greedy an economy with an avid appetite for consumer goods. American heritage dictionary of the english language, fifth.