Definition of 'fascinating'
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Fascinating to hear how your education was wrecked by the military junta. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Fascinating stuff at all three tables - in such different ways. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Fascinating look at religious freedom from Heidi. Christianity Today (2000)Fascinating facts you learn about your family past help you identify your own skills - and how you can use them. The Sun (2013)Fascinating stuff for nature lovers. The Sun (2012)Fascinating fact about falconry: you send a hawk away on your forehand and you bring him back to your wrist with your backhand. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Fascinating documentary about an eight-year-old who suddenly decided she didn't want to eat. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'fascinating'
British English: fascinating /ˈfæsɪˌneɪtɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
If you find something fascinating, you find it extremely interesting.
They found Madagascar a fascinating place.
- American English: fascinating
- Arabic: فاتِن
- Brazilian Portuguese: fascinante
- Chinese: 迷人的
- Croatian: fascinantan
- Czech: fascinující
- Danish: fascinerende
- Dutch: fascinerend
- European Spanish: fascinante
- Finnish: kiehtova
- French: fascinant
- German: faszinierend
- Greek: συναρπαστικός
- Italian: affascinante
- Japanese: 魅惑的な
- Korean: 매혹적인
- Norwegian: fascinerende
- Polish: fascynujący
- European Portuguese: fascinante
- Romanian: fascinant
- Russian: обворожительный
- Spanish: fascinante
- Swedish: fascinerande
- Thai: ซึ่งทำให้หลงเสน่ห์
- Turkish: büyüleyici
- Ukrainian: захопливий
- Vietnamese: hấp dẫn
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