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Spanish translation of “wonder”

wonder

noun /ˈwandə/
the state of mind produced by something unexpected or extraordinary
admiración, asombro
He was full of wonder at the amazing sight.
something strange, unexpected or extraordinary
maravilla, milagro
the Seven Wonders of the World You work late so often that it’s a wonder you don’t take a bed to the office!
the quality of being strange or unexpected
maravilla
The wonder of the discovery is that it was only made ten years ago.
wonderful adjective arousing wonder; extraordinary, especially in excellence
maravilloso
a wonderful opportunity a wonderful present She’s a wonderful person.
wonderfully adverb
maravillosamente
Everything worked out wonderfully in the end.
wonderingly adverb with great curiosity and amazement
con admiración
The children gazed wonderingly at the puppets.
wonderland /-lӕnd/ noun a land or place full of wonderful things.
país de la maravilla
wondrous /ˈwandrəs/ adjective (literary) wonderful
maravilloso
The world can be wondrous in its complexity.
no wonder it isn’t surprising
no es de extrañar
No wonder you couldn’t open the door – it was locked!
(Definition of wonder from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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