English - Turkish

  1. hayrete düşürmek fiil
  2. şaşırtmak fiil
  3. şaşakalmak
  4. şaşirt
  5. afallatmak fiil
  6. hayret ettirmek fiil
  7. dudak ısırtmak
  8. parmak ısırtmak
  9. şaşkınlık uyandırmak
  10. be astonished at hayret etmek
  11. şaşmak
  12. hayrete dusurmek
  13. şaşırt
  14. afallaştırmak
  15. şaşkına çevirmek
  16. hayrete düşmek
  17. hayret uyandırmak
  18. hayrette bırakmak
  19. şaşkınlık isim (astonishment)
  20. hayret (astonishment)
  21. hayret etmek (astonished)
  22. şaşılacak derecede (astonishingly)
  23. şaskınlık (astonishment)
  24. Çok şaşırmış, afallamış (astonished)
  25. şaşırtıcı (astonishing)
  26. afallamış (astonished)
  27. afallanmış (astonished)
  28. aklı durmak (astonished)
  29. [adj] şaşırmış (astonished)
  30. afallamak (astonished)

English - English

  1. surprise, flabbergast
  2. To strike with sudden fear, terror, or wonder; to amaze; to surprise greatly, as with something unaccountable; to confound with some sudden emotion or passion
  3. To stun; to render senseless, as by a blow
  4. surprise, amaze fiil
  5. If something or someone astonishes you, they surprise you very much. Her dedication constantly astonishes me. = amaze. to surprise someone very much = amaze (astone (14-17 centuries) (from estoner, from extonare, from tonare ) + -ish (as in abolish))
  6. affect with wonder; "Your ability to speak six languages amazes me!"
  7. stonish (Astonish.)
  8. astonishable (Astonishing.)
  9. Amazed; surprised (astonished)
  10. Simple past tense and past participle of astonish (astonished)
  11. popeyed (astonished.)
  12. Causing astonishment in; causing to be astonished (astonishing)
  13. Present participle of astonish (astonishing)
  14. In an astonishing manner; so as to surprise or astonish (astonishingly)
  15. Very; used as an intensifier - "The advertisements made the place look promising, but the food was astonishingly bad." (astonishingly)
  16. amazement, great surprise (astonishment)
  17. An amazing thing or phenomenon - "Everything he had seen so far--the great chocolate river, the waterfall, the huge sucking pipes, the candy meadows, the Oompa-Loompas, the beautiful pink boat, and most of all, Mr. Willy Wonka himself--had been so astonishing that he began to wonder whether there could possibly be anymore astonishments left." (astonishment)
  18. disbelief - "I stared in disbelief at the Grand Canyon." (astonishment.)
  19. amazed, astounded, stunned sıfat (astonished)
  20. filled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise or shock; "an amazed audience gave the magician a standing ovation"; "I stood enthralled, astonished by the vastness and majesty of the cathedral"; "astounded viewers wept at the pictures from the Oklahoma City bombing"; "stood in stunned silence"; "stunned scientists found not one but at least three viruses" (astonished)
  21. past of astonish (astonished)
  22. If you are astonished by something, you are very surprised about it. They were astonished to find the driver was a six-year-old boy (astonished)
  23. third-person singular of astonish (astonishes)
  24. surprising greatly; "she does an amazing amount of work"; "the dog was capable of astonishing tricks" (astonishing)
  25. surprising, shocking; astounding, causing wonder and amazement sıfat (astonishing)
  26. Something that is astonishing is very surprising. an astonishing display of physical strength. = amazing + astonishingly aston·ish·ing·ly Isabella was an astonishingly beautiful young woman. so surprising that it is difficult to believe = amazing (astonishing)
  27. so surprisingly impressive as to stun or overwhelm; "such an enormous response was astonishing"; "an astounding achievement"; "the amount of money required was staggering"; "suffered a staggering defeat"; "the figure inside the boucle dress was stupefying" (astonishing)
  28. Very wonderful; of a nature to excite astonishment; as, an astonishing event (astonishing)
  29. amazingly, astoundingly, stunningly (astonishingly)
  30. in an amazing manner; to everyone's surprise; "amazingly, he finished medical school in three years" (astonishingly)


About This Word

    Etymology: [ &-'stä-nish ] (transitive verb.) 1535. astony +‎ -ish
    Synonyms: amaze, astound, bewilder, blow away, blow one’s mind, boggle, bowl over, confound, daze, dumbfound, flabbergast, floor, knock over, overwhelm, put one away, shock, spring on, stagger, startle, stun
    Antonyms: bore, calm, expect
    Tenses: astonishes, astonishing, astonished
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