Translation of susto in English:
nombre masculino/masculine noun
- 1.1 (impresión momentánea) fright ¡qué susto me has dado or [familiar/colloquial] pegado! you gave me a real fright! me llevé un susto de padre y señor mío [familiar/colloquial] I got the fright of my life [familiar/colloquial] el accidente no pasó del susto the accident shook us up a bit but that was all más feo que un susto a medianoche [familiar/colloquial] as ugly as sin 1.2 (miedo) fear está con un susto que se muere she's frightened o/or scared to death
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