Spanish translation of 'gripping'
Example Sentences Including 'gripping'
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Gripping dramas that weave their stories over multiple series have become increasingly valuable in a rapidly changing industry.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Gripping drama and brilliantly acted.The Sun (2014)
Gripping tale that shines a light into the corrupt corners of modern Italy.The Sun (2014)
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'gripping' in Other Languages
British English: gripping /ˈɡrɪpɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
If something is gripping, it holds your interest or attention.
The film turned out to be a gripping thriller.
- American English: gripping
- Arabic: جَذّاب
- Brazilian Portuguese: emocionante
- Chinese: 吸引人的
- Croatian: napet
- Czech: napínavý
- Danish: gribende
- Dutch: aangrijpend
- European Spanish: apasionante
- Finnish: mukaansatempaava
- French: captivant
- German: spannend
- Greek: συναρπαστικός
- Italian: avvincente
- Japanese: ひきつける
- Korean: 흥미를 끄는
- Norwegian: gripende
- Polish: ujmujący
- European Portuguese: emocionante
- Romanian: captivant
- Russian: захватывающий
- Spanish: apasionante
- Swedish: fängslande
- Thai: น่าติดใจ
- Turkish: oyalayıcı
- Ukrainian: захопливий
- Vietnamese: hấp dẫn
Translation of gripping from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary