Translation of consternation in Spanish:

consternation

consternación, n.

Pronunciation /kɒnstəˈneɪʃ(ə)n//ˌkɑnstərˈneɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    consternación feminine
    the news filled her with consternation la noticia la dejó consternada / la llenó de consternación
    • Filing through the border control, I know that my arrival is going to cause consternation amongst the officials.
    • If the names don't confuse you, the psychological web that these tricksters weave will cause consternation.
    • The central message of the book caused the most consternation.
    • The decision by New York's leaders to borrow the words of others has been greeted with consternation in some quarters.
    • These people are normally quickly eliminated, but they can cause real consternation among their neighbours.
    • I waved him over and he rushed towards me with an expression of consternation, looking over his shoulder.
    • There's some consternation about a foreign policy survey released in Australia early this week.
    • A shallow pit is dug with initial gusto, to my mother's mild consternation.
    • This decision has caused widespread consternation among those opposed to the directive.
    • This guideline caused consternation among representatives of these companies in these regions.
    • One person will find his stimulant in an emergency while another may feel anxiety and consternation.
    • Jill, your book has a happy ending that created consternation among some early readers.
    • After six illegal balls, consternation grew among the home players and supporters.
    • The latest scheme has caused similar consternation among traders.
    • His remarks caused consternation on both sides of the Atlantic.
    • There was also consternation at measures allowing police to go barefoot and even shirtless in stations.
    • Our media will then proceed to trumpet this beyond all reason as cause for alarm and consternation.
    • He encourages his followers to rise against the oppressors, which causes much consternation in the Vatican.
    • Advances have been made, but not without some consternation from the right over the past six years.
    • You can horrify the tabloids and cause consternation in the wings.