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French translation of “awe”

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awe

noun //
wonder and fear
crainte révérentielle
The child looked in awe at the fierce tiger.
awe-inspiring adjective ( awesome) causing awe
d’une majesté grandiose
The waterfall was awe-inspiring an awesome sight.
awestruck adjective filled with awe
frappé d’une crainte révérentielle
We were awestruck by the amazing sunset.
(Definition of awe from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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