Definition of mind-boggling in English:

mind-boggling

Pronunciation /ˈmaɪnd ˈˌbɑɡ(ə)lɪŋ/

Translate mind-boggling into Spanish

adjective

informal
  • Overwhelming; startling.

    • ‘a chip that processes data at mind-boggling speed’
    • ‘It was a night ripe with superlatives and mind-boggling statistics.’
    • ‘Ideas are sketched in and elaborated with breathtaking, sometimes mind-boggling brevity.’
    • ‘To the north west of the island lies Ruantallain Estate and a mind-boggling array of fine trout lochs which can fish phenomenally well in May.’
    • ‘His workrate throughout was impressive but in the second half it bordered on mind-boggling.’
    • ‘That's because Doctorow writes with the kind of hardheaded humor and logic that makes one suspect this book will be a mind-boggling delight.’
    • ‘It is these choices that are so bewildering, so mind-boggling, so paralyzing.’
    • ‘To an Australian, spoilt for choice with cheap, abundant and high quality produce, it is all a bit mind-boggling.’
    • ‘If ever you needed a glaring example of the mind-boggling senselessness of racism and racist violence, there you have it.’
    • ‘The detail in this scheme is mind-boggling and it is not going to be possible to sort everything out before January 1.’
    • ‘Organising a conspiracy of such proportion seems mind-boggling, especially since the precise purpose of doing so is unclear.’
    • ‘The size of such a project is mind-boggling, and the end result is one of the world's largest single sources of genealogical information.’
    • ‘A mind-boggling battery of advice books and government manuals has emerged to steer parents through every tricky situation.’
    • ‘I think about the difference between then and now and it's just mind-boggling.’
    • ‘Plans are still lacking on coping with the mind-boggling problems brought about by mass tourism.’
    • ‘His pedigree and family tree are interesting, and even mind-boggling.’
    • ‘Blame the mind-boggling growth of animation and related interests in the last couple of years for this development.’
    • ‘But her progress through the tournament has been marked by the absence of the usual mind-boggling array of nervous ticks.’
    • ‘Tourism is the world's fastest growing industry and the sheer scale of the choices available to punters at the moment is mind-boggling.’
    • ‘Beyond that, she sees no point in comparing the two titles, which launched the same month with similarly mind-boggling budgets.’
    • ‘Maybach has a mind-boggling array of features and gadgets, and one that is built to suit their tastes and preferences.’
    impressive, remarkable, extraordinary, outstanding, exceptional, staggering, incredible, amazing, astonishing, phenomenal, coruscating, imposing, breathtaking, thrilling