Definition of 'amaze'
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I am amazed by people questioning the quality of recruitment. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Continuing with the small stuff, you would be amazed how much difference changing your light bulbs can make. The Sun (2016) People are quite amazed by what I can do. Times, Sunday Times (2017)I'm amazed that people do that. The Sun (2016)Whereas before they were amazed at how much I could drink. Times, Sunday Times (2017)You'd be amazed how many people don't. The Sun (2016)He said: 'I was amazed. The Sun (2017)Given his bitter experience with England, it always amazed me how much time he was willing to give to the media. The Sun (2017) People were amazed to see that he was in perfect health of body and soul. Christianity Today (2000)You will be amazed how much brighter they shine. The Sun (2016)We were amazed to learn that this facility does not exist any more. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yet the company continues to surprise and amaze. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We are all still amazed by that. The Sun (2008) People are constantly amazed at the power contained within this simple act. THE DOG LISTENER: Learning the Language of your Best Friend (2002)It still amazes me how much time he had for me. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But four months on he has amazed doctors by learning to walk and talk again. The Sun (2010)Kit is still amazed he landed such a role. The Sun (2014)Most people would be amazed if this turns out to have been an accident. Times, Sunday Times (2008)How lucky we are to live in a world with so much to amaze us. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Barley is still amazed at his success. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It amazes me that people in our society are stooping so low for their own financial gain. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But you will be amazed how much better you get in a few weeks. The Sun (2007)He is still amazed at how the actor transformed his body and his mind for the exhausting role. The Sun (2015)The people there were amazed to see two lights from our head torches coming out of the forest. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Some of what you do and decide will amaze people but those who care about you will understand. The Sun (2011)But he is amazed to learn he has a teenage son who has been brought up miles from civilisation. The Sun (2008)You'll be amazed what you learn. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You'll be asked a love question that amazes as much as it pleases you. The Sun (2013)Most women will be utterly amazed to learn that this wasn't always the case. Times, Sunday Times (2006)What amazes me still is the behaviour of the other mothers, not my own comparative neglect. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He said: 'I was amazed that we live so close. The Sun (2008)He told officers he was'absolutely surprised and amazed'. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'amaze'
British English: amaze /əˈmeɪz/ VERB
If something amazes you, it surprises you very much.
He amazed us with his knowledge of ancient history.
- American English: amaze
- Arabic: يُدْهِشُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: espantar
- Chinese: 使吃惊
- Croatian: zapanjiti
- Czech: ohromit
- Danish: forbløffe
- Dutch: verbazen
- European Spanish: asombrar admirar
- Finnish: ällistyttää
- French: émerveiller
- German: erstaunen
- Greek: καταπλήσσω
- Italian: sbalordire
- Japanese: 驚かせる
- Korean: 놀라게 하다
- Norwegian: forbløffe
- Polish: zdumieć
- European Portuguese: espantar
- Romanian: a uimi
- Russian: изумлять
- Spanish: asombrar
- Swedish: förbluffa
- Thai: ทำให้ประหลาดใจ
- Turkish: şaşırtmak
- Ukrainian: дивувати
- Vietnamese: làm kinh ngạc
Definition of amaze from the Collins English Dictionary
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