Translation of amazed in Spanish:

amazed

Pronunciation: /əˈmeɪzd/

adj

  • [expression/tone] de asombro he was amazed at her reaction su reacción lo dejó atónito or [colloquial/familiar] pasmado I'm amazed (at) how little you've changed estoy asombrado de lo poco que has cambiado aren't you amazed that they've won? ¿no te asombra que hayan ganado?

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