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horrorizar

Translation of horrorizar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: horrorizarse verbo pronominal

  • to be horrified
    yo me horroricé cuando dijo eso
    I was horrified o appalled o very shocked when he said that
    horrorizarse de algo
    to be horrified by o at something
Example sentences
  • Les horrorizaba pensar que el afectado terminara por morir desangrado.
  • El caso de los hermanos Menéndez horrorizó al mundo.
  • Se siente horrorizado por el simple hecho que el no acepta que haya defendido al penalizado por asesinato de lesa humanidad.

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