Translation of dumbfound in Spanish:

dumbfound

anonadar, v.

Pronunciation /dʌmˈfaʊnd//ˈdəmˌfaʊnd/

transitive verb

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    anonadar
    we were dumbfounded at the news la noticia nos dejó anonados
    • You'll dislike this show while watching it, but an hour later you'll be dumbfounded by its cunning.
    • She was dumbfounded at this magical event, and stood there open mouthed for a long time, looking at this strange object in her own hand.
    • For me, it just absolutely dumbfounds me how, as citizens of the United States, we own these parks, we own these national forests.
    • The ability of all these top-level singers to deliver whole programmes from memory never ceases to amaze and dumbfound me.
    • ‘Music is important for me,’ she says, probably dumbfounding her detractors in the process.
    • I knew she was a strong woman, not just in battle, but even this showcase dumbfounded me.
    • He puts all his materials and maneuvers in plain sight, almost like the magician who obligingly shows you that there's nothing up his sleeve before he dumbfounds you.
    • I am always dumbfounded by the utter lack of taste displayed in selecting the most popular choices on the jukebox.
    • On several occasions during a trip to London last week I was dumbfounded by the evidence of this.
    • Now it was Adam who was dumbfounded as he stared in astonishment at the card in his hands.
    • We were dumbfounded at this rudeness and I got up and knelt on the clay floor.
    • I should say, it's meaningless goop that some poor soul spent a whole lot of time creating in order to dumfound the unwary.
    • We just didn't understand, and I personally was dumfounded.
    • What dumbfounds me, though, is when they call me ‘mate’.
    • I know they're going to say that isn't a fact.… but it dumbfounds me.
    • I only wanted to thrill him and satisfy him, that's why it dumfounded me so much for him to be so incredibly scared and uncomfortable with it.
    • Jerome was dumbfounded at the double life his longtime chess partner had been leading.
    • Her mouth was like a cave as she stood dumbfounded by the array of weird electronic devices, and their sheer size.
    • It still dumbfounds me and many who share an enthusiasm for boating.
    • Every now and then my own life does dumbfound me.