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Translation of "amaze" - English-Spanish dictionary

amaze

verb   /əˈmeɪz/ ( present participle amazing, past tense and past participle amazed)
to make someone very surprised asombrar It amazes me how much energy you have.
(Definition of amaze from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

amaze

verb /əˈmeiz/
to surprise greatly asombrar It amazes me how she manages to spend do much money on clothes.
amazed adjective
very surprised Deixar Admirat/ Deixar Estupefacte I was amazed at how good she is at playing the piano.
amazement noun
great surprise asombro To my amazement, he had never heard of her.
amazing adjective
asombroso Nagoya Castle is an amazing sight.
amazingly adverb
asombrosamente, sorprendentemente Amazingly, she only suffered a few minor injuries when she fell off her horse.
(Definition of amaze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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