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Turkish translation of “appal”

appal

verb [T] (present participle appalling, past tense and past participle appalled) UK ( US appall)     /əˈpɔːl/
to make someone extremely shocked or upset
şoke etmek, sarsmak, üzmek
The amount of violence on television appals me. We were appalled at/by her behaviour.Making people sad, shocked and upset
appalled adjective
şaşırmış
(Definition of appal verb from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)

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