English translation of 'espantar'
1. (causar medo a) to frighten
2. (admirar) to amaze, astonish
3. (afugentar) to frighten away
to be amazing
espantar-se reflexive verb
1 to be amazed
2 (assustar-se) to be frightened
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'espantar' in Other Languages
British English: amaze /əˈmeɪz/ VERB
If something amazes you, it surprises you very much.
He amazed us with his knowledge of ancient history.
- American English: amaze
- Arabic: يُدْهِشُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: espantar
- Chinese: 使吃惊
- Croatian: zapanjiti
- Czech: ohromit
- Danish: forbløffe
- Dutch: verbazen
- European Spanish: asombrar admirar
- Finnish: ällistyttää
- French: émerveiller
- German: erstaunen
- Greek: καταπλήσσω
- Italian: sbalordire
- Japanese: 驚かせる
- Korean: 놀라게 하다
- Norwegian: forbløffe
- Polish: zdumieć
- European Portuguese: espantar
- Romanian: a uimi
- Russian: изумлять
- Spanish: asombrar
- Swedish: förbluffa
- Thai: ทำให้ประหลาดใจ
- Turkish: şaşırtmak
- Ukrainian: дивувати
- Vietnamese: làm kinh ngạc
British English: astound VERB
If something astounds you, you are very surprised by it.
He used to astound his friends with feats of physical endurance.
Translation of espantar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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