Traducción de gripping en Español:


apasionante, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈɡrɪpɪŋ//ˈɡrɪpɪŋ/


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    • It is very brief but even so makes quite horrifying and therefore quite gripping reading.
    • Despite this good idea, however, the film fails to take it to what should have been a gripping conclusion.
    • Call me old fashioned but I like a good story with some gripping characters.
    • Although she offers gripping accounts of classified CIA memos, she rarely discusses ideas and publications.
    • Perhaps most gripping is the scorched earth surrounding Khe Sanh, site of the bloodiest siege in the war.
    • Building towards a gripping conclusion, The Octopus Hunter comes into its own by its blood splattered end.
    • It takes considerable skill to craft a gripping novel approaching 300 pages in which nothing much happens during the first 150.
    • How geckos adhere has been a gripping topic of scientific research for well over a century.
    • Els was left with a four foot uphill putt, which he made to complete a gripping finale.
    • The superb single-player option is supplemented by a gripping two-player versus mode.
    • The memory defect makes for some unusual scenes: some gripping, some shocking, some funny.
    • He is in practically every scene in the film and he holds all of them with gripping power.
    • But as cinematic fright trips go, Jaws remains the most gripping.
    • So he laid out the story with gripping, sorrowful detail.
    • Documentary film-making doesn't get much more intelligent and gripping than this.
    • The story of every convert to Judaism is a gripping tale of spiritual discovery.
    • The film is brave, honest and utterly gripping.
    • There are too many gripping moments to mention in this documentary.
    • And I think this is what makes her story so gripping, especially to women.
    • Less gripping are those swaths of the book that are essentially a biography of Salk, who simply wasn't a colorful character.