English translation of 'sconvolto'
past participle of verb
- of sconvolgere
era sconvolto per la morte dell'amico
he was devastated by the death of his frienduna faccia sconvolta
a ravaged facesconvolto dal dolore
beside o.s. with grief
la notizia mi ha sconvolto
the news upset mesconvolgere l'opinione pubblica
to shock o shake public opinionla notizia ha sconvolto il mondo intero
the news shook the whole worldla zona sconvolta dal terremoto
the area hit o affected by the earthquakele campagne sconvolte dall'alluvione
the flooded countryside,
the countryside devastated by the floods
intransitive reflexive verb
to become upset
'sconvolto' in Other Languages
British English: appalled ADJECTIVE
If you are appalled by something, you are shocked or disgusted because it is so bad or unpleasant.
They are appalled at the statements made at the conference.
British English: distraught ADJECTIVE
If someone is distraught, they are so upset and worried that they cannot think clearly.
His distraught parents were being comforted by relatives.
British English: shattered ADJECTIVE
If you are shattered by something, you are extremely shocked and upset about it.
It is desperately sad news and I am absolutely shattered to hear it.
Nearby words of 'sconvolto'
Translation of sconvolto from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary