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American English: /dɔnt/
, /dɑnt/
British English: /dɔːnt/

Translation of daunt in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (usually passive) she felt daunted by the danger
    se amilanó ante el peligro
    nothing daunted [literary]nothing daunted, we carried on
    impertérritos or sin inmutarnos, seguimos adelante
    Example sentences
    • Most of my travels having been to hot places, I was daunted at the prospect of such cold - but the invitation was irresistible.
    • The prospect of transplant surgery does not daunt her.
    • Even the prospect of getting down to taxing schoolwork did not daunt Amy.

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