Translation of gape in Spanish:

gape

Pronunciation: /geɪp/

vi

  • 1 [person] (react with astonishment) quedarse boquiabierto or con la boca abierta; (stare) mirar boquiabierto don't just stand there gaping no te quedes ahí con la boca abiertato gape at sth she gaped in astonishment at the news se quedó boquiabierta al oír la noticia
  • 2 (be open) estar* abierto the curtains gaped open las cortinas estaban abiertas

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