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Meaning of “be struck dumb” - Learner’s Dictionary

be struck dumb

to be unable to speak because you are so shocked or angrySurprised
Translations of “be struck dumb”
in Chinese (Traditional) 震驚得啞口無言…
in Russian лишиться дара речи…
in Turkish dili tutulmak, şoka girip konuşamamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 震惊得哑口无言…
in Polish oniemieć…
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