atónito


atónito
adj.
astonished, amazed, bewildered, dumbfounded.
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atónito
adjetivo
1 astonished, amazed
escuchó las noticias atónito he listened to the news in amazement
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ADJ amazed, astounded

me miró atónito — he looked at me in amazement o astonishment

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-ta adjetivo astonished, amazed

me quedé atónito — I was astonished o (colloq) flabbergasted

se la quedó mirando atónitos — he stared at her in amazement

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= dumbfounded, in a spin, gobsmacked, stunned, astounded, flabbergasted, thunderstruck, astonished.
Ex. 'Old geezer!' exclaimed Carpozzi, staggered, dumbfounded.
Ex. The article is entitled 'Digital revolution leaves pharmacists in a spin'.
Ex. Recent statistics about the volume of junk e-mail are so astounding as to leave any reasonable person gobsmacked.
Ex. She revealed that her first pregnancy had left her stunned.
Ex. Astounded and frightened by those shimmering tears, Leforte repeated her questions: 'Bernice... Please... Is anything wrong? Can I help?'.
Ex. They say they are flabbergasted and astounded by the decision to turn down their application.
Ex. The girl stared at him for a moment thunderstruck; then she lammed into the old horse with a stick she carried in place of a whip.
Ex. 'Behind every successful woman there's an astonished man,' she added.
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* dejar a Alguien atónito = leave + Nombre + breathless, leave + Nombre + speechless.
* dejar atónito = stun, astound.
* quedarse atónito = be astonished, be bowled over, stun into + speechlessness.
* quedarse completamente atónito = You could have pushed + Nombre + over with a feather.
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-ta adjetivo astonished, amazed

me quedé atónito — I was astonished o (colloq) flabbergasted

se la quedó mirando atónitos — he stared at her in amazement

* * *
= dumbfounded, in a spin, gobsmacked, stunned, astounded, flabbergasted, thunderstruck, astonished.

Ex: 'Old geezer!' exclaimed Carpozzi, staggered, dumbfounded.

Ex: The article is entitled 'Digital revolution leaves pharmacists in a spin'.
Ex: Recent statistics about the volume of junk e-mail are so astounding as to leave any reasonable person gobsmacked.
Ex: She revealed that her first pregnancy had left her stunned.
Ex: Astounded and frightened by those shimmering tears, Leforte repeated her questions: 'Bernice... Please... Is anything wrong? Can I help?'.
Ex: They say they are flabbergasted and astounded by the decision to turn down their application.
Ex: The girl stared at him for a moment thunderstruck; then she lammed into the old horse with a stick she carried in place of a whip.
Ex: 'Behind every successful woman there's an astonished man,' she added.
* dejar a Alguien atónito = leave + Nombre + breathless, leave + Nombre + speechless.
* dejar atónito = stun, astound.
* quedarse atónito = be astonished, be bowled over, stun into + speechlessness.
* quedarse completamente atónito = You could have pushed + Nombre + over with a feather.

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atónito -ta
adjective
astonished, amazed
me quedé atónito al enterarme de la noticia I was amazed o astonished o astounded o (colloq) flabbergasted when I heard the news
se la quedaron mirando atónitos they stared at her in amazement o astonishment
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atónito
-ta adjetivo

astonished, amazed;
se quedó mirándola atónito he stared at her in amazement
atónito,-a adjetivo amazed, astonished

'atónito' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
atónita
- boquiabierta
- boquiabierto
- fría
- frío
- helada
- helado
- seca
- seco
English:
boggle
- flabbergasted
- astounded
- stun
- stunned
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atónito, -a adj
astonished, astounded;
me quedé atónito con lo que me contó I was astonished o astounded by what he told me;
miraba con ojos atónitos she watched wide-eyed
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atónito
adj astonished, amazed;
me dejas atónito you astonish o amaze me
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atónito, -ta adj
: astonished, amazed

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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