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Translation of "surprise" - English-Turkish dictionary

surprise

noun     /səˈpraɪz/
EVENT [C]
A2 an event that you did not expect to happen sürpriz, şaşkınlık I didn't know that my parents were coming - it was a lovely surprise. Her resignation came as a complete surprise (= was very surprising). a surprise party Surprising and shockingMaking people sad, shocked and upset
FEELING [U]
B2 the feeling that you get when something happens that you did not expect hayret, şaşkınlık, sürpriz He agreed to everything, much to my surprise.Surprising and shockingMaking people sad, shocked and upset
take/catch sb by surprise
to be unexpected and make someone feel surprise şaşırtmak, gafil avlamak, hayrete düşürmek I wasn't expecting her to be so angry - it took me by surprise.Surprising and shockingMaking people sad, shocked and upset
(Definition of surprise noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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