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amazed

adjective uk   /əˈmeɪzd/ us  
B1 extremely surprised: She was amazed at how calm she felt after the accident. I was absolutely amazed when I heard he'd been promoted. [+ to infinitive] Mr Graham was amazed to find 46 ancient gold coins inside the pot. I was amazed to hear that Chris had won first prize. We were amazed to discover that we'd been at school together. [+ (that)] I'm amazed (that) she didn't complain.
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in Korean 놀란…
in Arabic مَذْهول…
in Portuguese admirado, assombrado…
in Catalan sorprès…
in Japanese びっくりした, 仰天した…
in Italian meravigliato, stupito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 十分驚奇的,驚愕的…
in Russian изумленный…
in Turkish şaşırmış, hayretler içinde kalmış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 十分惊奇的,惊愕的…
in Polish zdumiony…
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