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boggle

verb /ˈboɡəl/
(informal) to be so shocked or surprised by something that you find it difficult to believe or accept
Estar Chocado
Her eyes boggled at the amount of money he had in the suitcase.
(informal) (of a situation) to be so shocking or surprising that you find it difficult to believe or accept
Sorprender
It boggles the mind that the company should have made such a big mistake The mind boggles at how much that kid manages to eat.
(Definition of boggle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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