Translation of haunted in Spanish:

haunted

Pronunciation: /ˈhɔːntəd; ˈhɔːntɪd/

adj

  • 1.1 (by ghosts) [house/room] embrujado
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    • This journey to the dark side of Alton will include dinner at one of our local restaurants and a full - length ghost tour of haunted sites!
    • His long search had brought him to this haunted city - where ghosts of the past were still not dormant.
    • The site has loads of ghost stories (all said to be true), haunted places that you can visit and ghostly photos.
    1.2 [look/expression] angustiado, obsesionado
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    • I already knew what he would ask next, so when he shut his eyes briefly, and asked, I knew exactly what to sign back to his haunted gaze.
    • Save for a few healing scrapes and bruising, only the haunted look in his green eyes shows signs of his ordeal.
    • He had a haunted look in his eyes like that of a mental hospital escapee.

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