Translation of agog in Spanish:


Pronunciation /əˈɡɑɡ/ /əˈɡɒɡ/


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    I was all agog estaba que me moría de curiosidad
    • the news has set the country agog la noticia ha convulsionado al país
    • the children were agog with excitement los niños estaban revolucionados / alborotados
    • we're absolutely agog to hear your story estamos que nos morimos por que nos cuentes
    • By now we were agog to hear what else she had noticed, but they'd had to leave.
    • Ballina is agog with excitement as it waits for the start this coming weekend of what is promised to be one of the best Festival and Arts Weeks ever in the North Mayo capital.
    • Gilz and I sat open mouthed and agog for most of it.
    • Matt stood with his mouth open, agog at what he had just heard.
    • He appears agog and excited at the crowds attending his rallies.
    • In Britain commentators and policy makers are agog about a new U.S. doctrine, unveiled by President George W. Bush in a commencement address early this month at West Point.
    • They create a sort of macabre excitement with each crazy new stunt, and I, for one, am agog to see Neil's latest media circus creation, which he this week described as ‘nonsense on stilts’.
    • I have trolled Rodeo Drive, Worth Avenue, and upper Madison Avenue and traveled to Las Vegas, where I stood agog for hours in the Bellagio and Venetian hotels.
    • I even found the book in a bohemian bookstore called Malaprops in Asheville, N.C. where I stood agog for a solid forty five minutes before heading to the checkout counter.
    • The military world is agog to see which retired, or soon-to-retire, general, brigadier or colonel lands what's seen as one of the highest-profile jobs for which senior soldiers can apply.
    • I have discussed this since with many other people, nearly all of whom agree that they approached Uluru with a kind of fatigue and were left agog in a way they could not adequately explain.
    • The county remains agog since that superlative victory over Tipperary and supporters will relish this latest opportunity to get another look at the heroes of that unforgettable day.
    • Though the event has created few ripples in the music scene in the city so far, Rahman's die-hard fans are all agog to see how the United Kingdom is going to receive the new stage musical.
    • Police circles are agog with discussions as to what the ‘confessional’ statement contains and why the police chief dismissed it as hearsay.
    • While newspapers provided some notably serious reporting, for the most part the TV news zone was predictably agog with glitz and sizzle.
    • We're all agog alright over the prospect of a presidential election later in the year but that's because we need some stateliness, maybe even regality, in our lives.
    • Meanwhile, Washington's all agog with the news that yes, ‘Sunday Best’ outfits are now back in fashion for children.
    • ‘We were all agog and we thought school would never end,’ says Sylvester.
    • I stared at them - agog - in the company of two close female friends, but none of us went any further than remarking how gymnastically impressive they were.
    • We sent our Director of Enterprise up to Nashua on a three-day management retreat and he came back all agog over this particular system.