Translation of "appal" - English-Spanish dictionary

appal

verb (present participle appalling, past tense and past participle appalled) UK (US appall) uk /əˈpɔːl/

to make someone extremely shocked or upset

horrorizar
The amount of violence on television appals me.
We were appalled at/by her behaviour.

(Translation of “appal” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

appal

verb /əˈpoːl/ /əˈpoːl/ (past tense, past participle appalled)

to horrify or shock

horrorizar
We were appalled by the bomb damage.
appalling adjective

horrible
an appalling waste of human life.
appallingly adverb

horriblemente
an appallingly badly organized attack on the enemy.

(Translation of “appal” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)