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See the entry forespantado.
Past participle ofespantar.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. frightened
El público quedó espantado al ver cómo el artista se desmayaba en el escenario.The audience was frightened when they saw the artist faint on stage.
b. scared
Tras su espantado gesto, Carlitos empezó a llorar.After showing a scared face, Carlitos started to cry.
c. terrified
Mi madre quedó espantada al verme completamente borracha.My mother was terrified when she saw that I was completely drunk.
d. horrified
La madre de Eva apagó la televisión cuando vio la expresión espantada de su hija mirando el ataque del león.Eva's mother switched off the television when she saw the horrified look on her daughter's face watching the lion's attack.
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1 (asustado) frightened; scared; terrified
me quedé espantada cuando lo vi con esos pelos I was horrified when I saw him with that hair
2 (Latinoamérica) (muy asustado) sick with fear
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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