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Translation of "fascinate" - English-Spanish dictionary

fascinate

verb /ˈfӕsineit/
to charm; to attract or interest very strongly fascinar She was fascinated by the strange clothes and customs of the local people.
fascinating adjective
very charming, attractive or interesting fascinante a fascinating story.
fascination noun
the act of fascinating or state of being fascinated fascinación the look of fascination on the children’s faces.
the power of fascinating or something that has this fascinación Old books have/hold a fascination for him.
Translations of “fascinate”
in Arabic يَفتِن, يَسحِر…
in Korean -를 매혹시키다…
in Malaysian mempersona…
in French fasciner…
in Turkish büyülemek, hayran bırakmak…
in Italian affascinare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 深深吸引, 迷住…
in Russian увлекать, вызывать глубокий интерес…
in Polish fascynować…
in Vietnamese mê hoặc…
in Portuguese fascinar…
in Thai ลุ่มหลง…
in German faszinieren…
in Catalan fascinar…
in Japanese (人)をひきつける…
in Indonesian mempesona…
in Chinese (Simplified) 深深吸引, 迷住…
(Definition of fascinate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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