Traducción de rapt en Español:

rapt

embelesado, adj.

Pronunciación /rapt//ræpt/

adjetivo

literario

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    (expression/smile) embelesado
    they listened with rapt attention escuchaban absortos / embelesados
    • The world depicted is a fascinating one, and we gaze upon it with rapt attention, even as the disquieting mood of the film keeps us ill at ease.
    • She would listen with rapt attention while I read out lists of batting averages from Wisden - sometimes the sheer intensity of her concentration made her almost seem asleep.
    • It was also reported that you spent the earlier part of the afternoon singing for your preschool mates, who stood in rapt attention around you.
    • But, Newman points out, the personalities and relationships that keep audiences rapt are not neglected.
    • Her eyes are warm and alive, as she tells her stories to a rapt audience.
    • Guests watched in rapt attention as the models showcased garments from Anand's designer collection.
    • The Sheldonian, recently refurbished, was packed with a refreshingly young audience, which remained rapt throughout.
    • The church was full, and everyone listened in rapt attention.
    • Adults are rapt and absorbed pupils, far more dedicated students than are most kids.
    • The shortness of her set was perhaps fortunate, as Tunstall left a rapt audience wanting more.
    • With rapt fascination I watched the ritualized escape attempt and re-entrapment of the hero every week.
    • Many people were rapt and stayed for the whole hour before it looped around.
    • Bob Schulz announces this in late January to a rapt crowd of 200 gathered in an auditorium in Crystal City, Virginia.
    • Jacobs tells the rapt crowd that the ‘miserable’ expansion plan will be as important a fight for Toronto as the expressway battle once was.
    • The audience is rapt, breaking several times into appreciative applause.
    • About 800 children drawn from various schools listened in rapt attention and went home with material on traffic rules and regulations.
    • A sampling of the Egyptian diet draws the rapt attention of a whole family.
    • When I lectured at a skeptics meeting in Dublin in mid-October, this photo of my rapt audience was snapped.
    • In later years public demand saw him travelling the length and breadth of the country to deliver his budget speeches to rapt audiences.
    • To a silent, rapt hall, the Prime Minister told how when he visited New York and met British relatives of the victims, a middle-aged mother looked him in the eyes and said her only son had died.
    • The singer's younger daughter, Madhusree, who had been a rapt listener during her father's recitals till this year, chose to sit on the stage and sing with her older friends.
    • The journalist did not exit from productions at intermission but stayed to observe a rapt audience, most of whom had never before seen a drama or comedy of any kind.
    • He listened with rapt, amused attention to what I told him about the role of LSD in his Nobel Prize-winning discovery.
    • Director Ron Howard knows how to keep his audience rapt.
    • A group of girls underneath a TV set gazed up, rapt.
    • The children listened with rapt attention to the old storyteller as he captivated their minds with a tale from his past - one that Adam himself knew a good deal about.
    • Swans have been a source of rapt fascination for me since I was a child, and it was a life's dream come true to own one - let alone seven.
    • The behaviour of animals in captivity was explained, as the students listened in rapt attention.
    • Others were, briefly, inattentive, but generally we were well behaved and gave Old Dutch our rapt attention.
    • I took my cricketing cues from a television documentary on Ian Botham on Sunday night which held a whole pub in rapt attention.
    • The way she moved demanded my rapt attention while her eyes kept me completely mesmerized.
    • I found a stack of Architectural Forum magazines from 1958-1961, and spent half an hour on the floor, rapt.
    • Clinching the final question in the quiz that once again held a packed auditorium to rapt attention, the schoolboys from Delhi cycled away with their hoard of prizes.
    • Well, we all had headsets on, and obviously everyone was extremely quiet and solemn and trying to, with rapt attention, get everything they could out of the tape.
    • But though this suggests how little Gabriel understands his wife's rapt attention, we do not need to know that in this sequence.
    • A group of Whitehall officials are sitting listening with rapt attention to an account of the importance of scone-making for a group of three-year-olds.
    • A successful dialogue can be conducted only if we listen to each other with rapt attention so that we can understand each other.
    • ‘Our task is not to create a movement from scratch,’ she proclaims to a rapt audience.
    • Jimmy Hamilton, a boyish man who celebrated his 80th birthday the previous day, is recounting to me a tale of bravery from the middle years of the last century and I'm rapt.
    • Two interjections from the rapt audience render the visiting 28-year-old former pupil particularly speechless.