Definition of mind-boggling in English:

mind-boggling

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adjective

informal
Overwhelming; startling: the implications are mind-boggling
More example sentences
  • It was a night ripe with superlatives and mind-boggling statistics.
  • Ideas are sketched in and elaborated with breathtaking, sometimes mind-boggling brevity.
  • To the north west of the island lies Ruantallain Estate and a mind-boggling array of fine trout lochs which can fish phenomenally well in May.

Derivatives

mind-bogglingly

adverb
More example sentences
  • I think the government has a vast, enormous, mind-bogglingly huge responsibility here.
  • Sometimes it's the little things that make the difference between satisfyingly usable and mind-bogglingly frustrating.
  • Of course, people do mind-bogglingly dumb things all the time, so you certainly can't rule it out.

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