Traducción de hair-raising en Español:


espeluznante, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈhɛːreɪzɪŋ//ˈhɛ(ə)r ˌreɪzɪŋ/


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    • In the afternoon, I encountered another hair-raising incident.
    • Even a thought of this kind might be hair-raising.
    • Four asylum-seekers spent 18 hair-raising hours clinging to the underneath of a coach in an attempt to get into the UK.
    • Even within such parameters I have had plenty of adventures of my own abroad, some more hair-raising than others.
    • The howling of the sirens, which shriek to announce the beginning and end of each air raid alarm, merge into a single, hair-raising noise.
    • To that end, he embarked upon wholesale change: 14 players in and 14 out during that hair-raising first season.
    • Their caustic relationship alternates between comic turns and hair-raising go-for-blood verbal combat.
    • A family is setting off on what many would consider a hair-raising adventure by upping roots and moving to the other side of the globe.
    • The hair-raising charity event may yet turn out to be the least perilous experience of the 43-year-old's recent career.
    • A number of large financial advisers have bought the membership list and are bombarding policyholders with some fairly hair-raising literature.
    • Then he has the other cars brought closer together and repeats the hair-raising movement into such a confined space that one of them has to be moved to let him out again.
    • Bristling with wit and invention, these tales are full of hair-brained schemes, hair-raising moments, and incredibly close shaves.
    • They can be pretty hair-raising, these happy endings.
    • Fifteen minutes later, after hair-raising swerving and lane-changing, we ended up at a gem-dealer.
    • They had vast tracts of possession, got themselves into some highly promising field positions but were undone at the tackle zone with hair-raising regularity.
    • It's not as hair-raising as I thought it might be - mostly uniforms in display cases and a cannon in the middle of the room.
    • The short second act ends with the vow of martyrdom, setting the stage for one of the most hair-raising operatic finales.
    • Getting a real good hair-raising scare will produce an increase in an individual's terror.
    • Dogs howled or let out hair-raising deep-guttural sounds.
    • Viewers could not help screaming and offering instant forgiveness because the hair-raising act had been so nearly perfect.