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Meaning of “take your breath away” - Learner’s Dictionary

take your breath away

B2 If something takes your breath away, you feel surprise and admiration because it is so beautiful or exciting: The view from the window took my breath away.Surprised
Translations of “take your breath away”
in Russian захватывать дух…
in Turkish nefesini kesmek, hayran bırakmak…
in Polish odbierać mowę…
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