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conmover

Translation of conmover in English:

verbo transitivo

also: conmoverse verbo pronominal

  • 1.1 (enternecerse, emocionarse)
    to be moved
    se conmovió hasta las lágrimas
    she was moved to tears
    1.2 (estremecerse) See examples: el país se conmovió con la noticia de su muerte
    the news of his death shocked o rocked the country
Example sentences
  • No es solo su muerte lo que conmueve a la comunidad ecuatoriana.
  • Familiares y autoridades celebran y la noticia conmueve al mundo.
  • Jamás me había pasado que una voz me conmoviera tanto.

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