Definitions for flabbergastˈflæb ərˌgæst

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. flabbergast, boggle, bowl over(verb)

    overcome with amazement

    "This boggles the mind!"

Wiktionary

  1. flabbergast(Noun)

    Overwhelming surprise, confusion or shock.

  2. flabbergast(Noun)

    An awkward person.

  3. flabbergast(Verb)

    To overwhelm with bewilderment; to stun, confound or amaze, especially with ludicrous affect.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Flabbergast(verb)

    to astonish; to strike with wonder, esp. by extraordinary statements

  2. Origin: [Cf. Flap, and Aghast.]


Translations for flabbergast

From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • поразявам, слисвамBulgarian
  • ohromitCzech
  • verblüffen, erstaunenGerman
  • [[αφήνω]] [[εμβρόντητος, [[αφήνω]] [[άναυδος, καταπλήσσω, σαστίζωGreek
  • pahviks löömaEstonian
  • ällistyttääFinnish
  • époustouflerFrench
  • stupire, sorprendere, sbalordire, colpire, impressionareItalian
  • изумлятьRussian
  • förbluffaSwedish

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