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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “flabbergast”

flabbergast

verb [T often passive]
 
 
/ˈflæb.ə.ɡɑːst/ US  /-ɚ.ɡæst/ informal
to shock someone, usually by telling them something they were not expecting
使大吃一驚;使目瞪口呆
He was flabbergasted when we told him how cheap it was.
我們告訴他這東西有多便宜時,他驚得目瞪口呆。
Surprising and shockingMaking people sad, shocked and upset
flabbergasted
 
 
/ˈflæb.ə.ɡɑː.stɪd/ US  /-ɚ.ɡæ-/ adjective
When they announced her name, the winner just sat there, flabbergasted.
當他們宣佈獲獎者是她時,她只是目瞪口呆地坐在那裡。
Surprised
(Definition of flabbergast from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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