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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.
Translations of “amaze”
in Arabic يُذهِل…
in Korean 놀라게 하다…
in Malaysian terperanjat…
in French stupéfier…
in Turkish birini şaşırtmak, hayrete düşürmek…
in Italian meravigliare, stupire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使大為驚奇,使驚愕…
in Russian изумлять…
in Polish zdumiewać…
in Vietnamese hết sức ngạc nhiên…
in Portuguese assombrar…
in Thai ทำให้ประหลาดใจ…
in German verblüffen…
in Catalan sorprendre…
in Japanese ~を驚かせる, 感心させる…
in Indonesian kagum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使大为惊奇,使惊愕…
(Definition of amaze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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