Significado de “amaze” - en el Diccionario Inglés

amaze en inglés británico

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amazeverb [ T ]

uk /əˈmeɪz/ us /əˈmeɪz/

to cause someone to be extremely surprised:

[ + question word ] I was amazed by how well he looked.
You've done all your homework in an hour? You amaze me.
[ + that ] It amazes me that she's got the energy for all those parties.
[ + to infinitive ] It amazes me to think that Anna is now in charge of the company.
It amazes me how you can put up with living in such a dirty house.
It never ceases to amaze me how he can talk for so long without ever saying anything interesting.

Más ejemplos

  • She was wide-eyed in amazement.
  • He gave a gasp of amazement.
  • We all watched in amazement as he juggled with three flaming torches.
  • She was rooted to the spot with amazement.
  • She was round-eyed with amazement.
  • If you compare house prices in the two areas, it's quite amazing how different they are.
  • He concocted the most amazing dish from all sorts of unlikely ingredients.
  • Rain forests are filled with amazing creatures.
  • Coming to your screens shortly, the amazing adventures of 'Robin Hood'.
  • What amazing train of thought led you from Napoleon to global warming?
  • I was amazed at the depth of her knowledge.
  • He was amazed that a reputable firm would stoop to selling the names of their clients to other companies.
  • I was amazed at the size of their garden.
  • We were amazed by what she told us.
  • He's always seemed very self-controlled, so I was amazed by his sudden outburst in the office.

(Definición de amaze del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

amaze en inglés americano

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amazeverb [ T ]

us /əˈmeɪz/

to cause someone to be extremely surprised:

The prices they’re getting for vegetables just amaze me.
I’m amazed at how well your little girl can read.
amazement
noun [ U ] us /əˈmeɪz·mənt/

Much to my amazement, she liked the idea.

(Definición de amaze del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)