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Ejemplos de frases que contienen sensational

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Wasps had the lead and a sensational victory was very much on the cards. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is sensational to look at and drives great. The Sun (2013)This time the award ceremony will feature an auction of truly sensational prizes. The Sun (2006)Spring and early summer also promise some sensational trials. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And yet the results have been sensational. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So the report was unlikely to produce any sensational new evidence. Times, Sunday Times (2010)That was a sensational performance and the five goals were the icing on the cake. The Sun (2011)Captain led by example from the back row to inspire his men to a sensational victory. The Sun (2014)All this for a sensational story. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was just a sensational performance. The Sun (2010)The food is sensational and you don't need to book months ahead to get a table. Times, Sunday Times (2006)If you're lucky with draws you can do something sensational. The Sun (2009)Wearing a frilly white bikini top and barely there bottoms, she looked absolutely sensational. The Sun (2012)The sensational trial hasn't brought complete closure. The Sun (2013)In all these situations you end up with applause because you did something sensational, because you were "different. Christianity Today (2000)The food is sensational too. Times, Sunday Times (2013)

Tendencias de sensational

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Traducciones de sensational

Inglés británico: sensational /sɛnˈseɪʃənl/ ADJECTIVE
A sensational event or situation is so remarkable that it causes great excitement and interest.
The world champions suffered a sensational defeat.
  • Inglés americano: sensational
  • Árabe: مُثِير
  • Portugués brasileño: sensacional
  • Chino: 轰动的
  • Croata: senzacionalan
  • Checo: senzační
  • Danés: sensationel
  • Holandés: sensationeel
  • Español europeo: sensacional
  • Finlandés: kohua herättävä
  • Francés: sensationnel
  • Alemán: sensationell
  • Griego: συνταρακτικός
  • Italiano: sensazionale
  • Japonés: 世間をあっといわせるような
  • Coreano: 세상을 들끓게 하는
  • Noruego: sensasjonell
  • Polaco: sensacyjny
  • Portugués: sensacional
  • Rumano: senzațional
  • Ruso: сенсационный
  • Español: sensacional
  • Sueco: sensationell
  • Tailandés: น่าเร้าใจ
  • Turco: sansasyonel
  • Ucraniano: сенсаційний
  • Vietnamita: gây ra sự xúc động mạnh


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