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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. estupefacto
Elaine was flabbergasted at the sheer effrontery of the man.Elaine se quedó estupefacta ante la pura desfachatez del hombre.
Paco stared at the lottery ticket, flabbergasted, after realizing he'd won a fortune.Paco se quedó mirando el billete de lotería, estupefacto, tras realizar que se había ganado una fortuna.
b. atónito
His parents were absolutely flabbergasted at the news that he'd won first prize.La noticia de que había ganado el primer premio dejó absolutamente atónitos a sus padres.
c. pasmado
I was flabbergasted when they told me how much the boss earned.Me quedé pasmada cuando me dijeron cuánto ganaba el jefe.
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flabbergasted [ˈflæbəɡɑːstɪd]
pasmado; atónito
I was flabbergasted by the news la noticia me dejó pasmado or atónito
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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