English translation of 'abasourdi'
Example Sentences Including 'abasourdi'
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Je suis complètement abasourdi, absent, comme dans un état second.Le Monde (2000)
L'élevage régional, abasourdi, cherche maintenant les moyens de sa riposte.Le Monde (2000)
Lorsque cette analyse est partagée par certains magistrats, on ne peut qu'être abasourdi.Le Monde (1997)
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'abasourdi' in Other Languages
British English: stunned /stʌnd/ ADJECTIVE
Stunned means shocked or astonished.
His suggestion was greeted with a stunned silence.
- American English: stunned
- Arabic: مَذْهُول
- Brazilian Portuguese: pasmado
- Chinese: 瞠目结舌的
- Croatian: zapanjen
- Czech: ohromený
- Danish: forbløffet
- Dutch: verbaasd
- European Spanish: aturdido
- Finnish: tyrmistynyt
- French: abasourdi
- German: fassungslos
- Greek: κατάπληκτος
- Italian: sbalordito
- Japanese: どぎもを抜かれて
- Korean: 어안이 벙벙한
- Norwegian: lamslått
- Polish: wstrząśnięty
- European Portuguese: pasmado
- Romanian: uimit
- Russian: ошеломленный
- Spanish: aturdido
- Swedish: paff
- Thai: ตกตะลึง
- Turkish: şaşkın
- Ukrainian: вражений
- Vietnamese: bị choáng váng
British English: astounded ADJECTIVE
If you are astounded by something, you are very shocked or surprised that it could exist or happen.
I was astounded by its beauty.
Translation of abasourdi from the Collins French to English
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