escandalizarse
escandalizarse
pronominal verb
1. (to be aghast) 
¡Nos escandalizamos cuando entramos a la playa nudista!We were shocked when we got to the nudist beach!
Los huéspedes se escandalizaron porque en su habitación había cucarachas.The guests were scandalized because there were cockroaches in their room.
c. to be scandalised (United Kingdom) 
Mis padres se escandalizaron porque les dije que quería dejar de ir a la escuela.My parents were scandalised because I told them I wanted to drop out of school.
escandalizar
transitive verb
2. (to offend) 
a. to shock 
Lady Gaga escandalizó a todos con un vestido hecho con pedazos de carne.Lady Gaga shocked everybody with a dress made of meat.
Las letras obscenas de los primeros tangos escandalizaba a la gente bien.The dirty lyrics of the first tangos scandalized the upper classes.
c. to scandalise (United Kingdom) 
La opinión de Oscar Wilde sobre el matrimonio escandalizó a la sociedad.Oscar Wilde's opinion on marriage scandalised society.
intransitive verb
3. (to object loudly) 
Mi abuelo escandalizó en el restorán porque había un pelo en su plato.My grandfather made a scene at the restaurant because there was a hair in his dish.
escandalizar
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to scandalize, to shock 
pronominal verb
2. (general) 
a. to be shocked 
escandalizar
transitive verb
to scandalize; shock
intransitive verb
to make a fuss; create a scene
pronominal verb
escandalizarse to be shocked; be scandalized;de at, by
se escandalizó ante la pintura he was horrified at the picture; he threw up his hands in horror at the picture
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