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Translation of "sudden" - English-Spanish dictionary

sudden

adjective   /ˈsʌd·ən/
done or happening quickly and not expected repentino, súbito a sudden change His sudden death was a shock to us all.
all of a sudden
quickly and in a way that was not expected de repente All of a sudden she got up and walked out.
(Definition of sudden from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sudden

adjective /ˈsadn/
happening etc quickly and unexpectedly súbito, repentino a sudden attack His decision to get married is rather sudden! a sudden bend in the road.
suddenness noun
cualidad de repentino/súbito; brusquedad The suddenness of his decision to resign surprised everyone.
suddenly adverb
súbitamente, de repente, de golpe He suddenly woke up Suddenly she realized that the stranger had a gun.
all of a sudden
suddenly or unexpectedly de repente, de golpe All of a sudden the lights went out.
(Definition of sudden from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “sudden”
in Korean 갑작스런…
in Arabic مُفاجىء…
in Malaysian tiba-tiba…
in French soudain…
in Russian внезапный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 突然的,忽然的, 意外的…
in Italian improvviso…
in Turkish ani, beklenmedik, apansız…
in Polish nagły, gwałtowny…
in Vietnamese thình lình…
in Portuguese repentino, súbito…
in Thai ทันทีทันใด…
in German plötzlich…
in Catalan sobtat, inesperat…
in Japanese 突然の, 急な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 突然的,忽然的, 意外的…
in Indonesian mendadak…
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