English translation of 'aterrar'
Verb Table Verb Table transitive verbSee also aterrarse
1. (= derribar) to pull down ⧫ demolish ⧫ destroy
2. (= cubrir) to cover with earth
(Agriculture) to earth up
3. (Central America) (= obstruir) to choke ⧫ obstruct
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Example Sentences Including 'aterrar'
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Consigue sobrecoger y aterrar sin caer en efectismos ni truculencias.La Vanguardia (1997)
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Used Rarely. aterrar is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'aterrar' in Other Languages
British English: terrify /ˈtɛrɪˌfaɪ/ VERB
If something terrifies you, it makes you feel extremely frightened.
The idea of death terrified me.
- American English: terrify
- Arabic: يُخْيِفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: aterrorizar
- Chinese: 恐吓
- Croatian: prestraviti
- Czech: děsit
- Danish: skræmme fra vid og sans
- Dutch: angst aanjagen
- European Spanish: aterrar
- Finnish: pelottaa
- French: épouvanter
- German: Angst einjagen
- Greek: τρομάζω
- Italian: terrorizzare
- Japanese: 怖がらせる
- Korean: 겁나게 하다
- Norwegian: skremme
- Polish: przerazić
- European Portuguese: aterrorizar
- Romanian: a îngrozi
- Russian: ужасать
- Spanish: aterrar
- Swedish: skrämma livet ur
- Thai: ทำให้หวาดกลัว
- Turkish: dehşete düşürmek
- Ukrainian: жахати
- Vietnamese: làm cho khiếp sợ
British English: thrill VERB
If something thrills you, or if you thrill at it, it gives you a feeling of great pleasure and excitement.
The electric atmosphere both terrified and thrilled him.
Translation of aterrar from the Collins Spanish to English Dictionary