Definition of 'amazed'
Example sentences containing 'amazed'
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He is amazed when people from TV shows get into Twitter spats with those who criticise them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)All we had to do was turn around and look amazed or something. The Sun (2013)Our vet is amazed he is still alive. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They would have been still more amazed if they had seen what Beth did afterward. Little Women (1869)She's amazed people still hire her. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I was amazed they were still on the road. The Sun (2010)I am amazed how many people are convinced that their team performs differently when it is an underdog. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Once the noses are on, we all take an amazed look at each other and realize how different we suddenly seem. Fools Rush In - A Call to Christian Clowning (1993)I'd be absolutely amazed if he does. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I was amazed people were saying how he wasn't especially impressive. The Sun (2009)I'm amazed how generous people were. The Sun (2016)I'm amazed how few people are on them. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She said: 'I am amazed it will be published. The Sun (2015)He added: 'I am amazed she is potty trained. The Sun (2012)His legs are wobbly and our vet's amazed he's still alive. The Sun (2010)The rest of the cycling world looked on amazed, especially as the sport had rarely been strong in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2012) People always seem amazed that I've aged pretty well. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I'm amazed how people in American offices are always munching things. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I am still slightly amazed - and thrilled - that we live in a world where a car as fast as this can be made. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Synonyms of 'amazed'
astonished, surprised, stunned, staggered
Trends of 'amazed'
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Translations for 'amazed'
British English: amazed /əˈmeɪzd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are amazed, you are very surprised.
I was amazed to learn she was still writing her stories.
- American English: amazed
- Arabic: مَدْهُوش
- Brazilian Portuguese: espantado
- Chinese: 吃惊的
- Croatian: zapanjen
- Czech: ohromený
- Danish: forbløffet
- Dutch: verbaasd
- European Spanish: asombrado
- Finnish: ällistynyt
- French: émerveillé
- German: erstaunt
- Greek: κατάπληκτος
- Italian: sbalordito
- Japanese: 驚いて
- Korean: 놀란
- Norwegian: forbløffet
- Polish: zdumiony
- European Portuguese: espantado
- Romanian: uimit
- Russian: изумленный
- Spanish: asombrado
- Swedish: förbluffad
- Thai: น่าทึ่ง
- Turkish: şaşkın
- Ukrainian: здивований
- Vietnamese: kinh ngạc
Definition of amazed from the Collins English Dictionary
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