Translation of astonishment in Spanish:

astonishment

asombro, n.

Pronunciation /əˈstɑnɪʃmənt/ /əˈstɒnɪʃmənt/

noun

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    (surprise) asombro masculine
    (amazement) estupefacción feminine
    astonishment at sth asombro ante algo
    to my astonishment para mi gran asombro
    • his mouth fell open in astonishment se quedó boquiabierto
    • Each point is conveyed with a sense of astonishment and consternation at the world he depicts.
    • Friends and colleagues expressed astonishment last night as the news broke.
    • The look on his face as he saw Missy at the door was both of astonishment and embarrassment.
    • I tried to contain my anger and astonishment, but apparently Isabelle didn't.
    • I hope that future generations will look back on this debate with astonishment and shame.
    • They paused with the same look of embarrassment and astonishment on their faces.
    • He gave a small bow and then, to Faith's astonishment, he gave her a small smile.
    • I wonder if I'll ever get over this sense of astonishment that hits me every now and then.
    • To my great astonishment, he proceeded to ask me out - right there, in front of my parents!
    • His widow yesterday told of her astonishment at discovering her husband's debts after his death.
    • To his astonishment he discovered he had a brother, a sister and two cousins.
    • To Peter's astonishment a familiar figure was wading ashore, a red and white lifebelt about his waist.
    • To my astonishment, the moment we start talking, we hit it off instantly.
    • She wrote a couple of short stories and, to her astonishment, was published.
    • To the township's astonishment, their team hammered one visiting club after another.
    • Details of their hefty pay slips have drawn both intense criticism and astonishment from the public.
    • It's used as an expression of pleased astonishment, or at least it was when I was a boy.
    • She gasped in astonishment, frozen in place by the shock of his words and his actions.
    • He looks at me strangely, half with astonishment, and half with what seems to be fear.
    • As Alyssa looked at her she saw with astonishment that the woman was blind.
    • She leaned forward and turned to face him with a look of astonishment on her face.
    • Walker stared at him in open astonishment, the hairs on the back of his neck rising.