startled

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startled(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (shocked)
a. asustado
The startled dog bit his owner's shoe.El perro asustado mordió el zapato de su dueño.
b. sorprendido
His startled eyes belied his nonchalant attitude after the accident.Sus ojos sorprendidos contradecían su actitud despreocupada después del accidente.
c. de sobresalto
She looked up from her work with a startled expression and asked, "When did you come in?"Levantó la vista de su trabajo con una expresión de sobresalto y le preguntó: "¿Cuándo entraste?"
d. sobresaltado
I accidentally bumped into someone at work and he shouted out his own name in a startled voice.Tropecé con alguien por accidente en el trabajo y gritó su propio nombre con voz sobresaltada.
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startled
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (look, cry)
a. de sobresalto
to look/seem startledparecer sobresaltado(a)
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startled [ˈstɑːtld]
adjective
[+animal] asustado; espantado; [+person] sorprendido; [+expression, voice] de sobresalto; sobresaltado;
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