Translation of haunted in Spanish:


embrujado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈhɔːntɪd//ˈhɔn(t)əd/


  • 1

    (by ghosts)
    (house/room) embrujado
    • When they entered the sacred, haunted place, Takeshi walked at a slower pace, showing respect for those who were buried there.
    • The Haunted Mansion looked exactly like its name - a haunted place that had seen much death and destruction.
    • This is the fiction of dark haunted landscapes (in this case a black spruce bog) and twisted unfulfilled love.
    • A photograph with an orb is usually one that is taken in an allegedly haunted place.
    • In the freezing depth of the Polish winter, the town of Oswiecim is a haunted place: colourless, dirty, and economically destitute.
    • Are you brave enough to spend Halloween night in one of the most haunted places in downstate Illinois?
    • Among the items the young people will observe when they go along to the convent hall will be a haunted graveyard, wax museum, a freaky wedding and Frankenstein's lab.
    • Its members offered displays of ‘spirit photography’ and video diaries of vigils in haunted rooms.
    • Let's meet our panel as we get into our discussion of the paranormal and the possibility of ghosts and haunted houses.
    • It was just a run-down house that should be closed off, not some haunted looking mansion where normally nobody would step foot in.
    • No longer is it the lonely haunted place with alleys and dark doorways ready to hide the criminal and the sleuth.
    • As the eldest and smartest student, she bravely stayed in the haunted room in the dormitory and successfully exorcised the evil spirit.
    • Being an avid ‘ghost’ fanatic, getting the chance to check out one of the most haunted places in the Nation was quite a special treat.
    • The idea invites daredevils to raise sponsorship and spend half an hour on their own in the castle's most haunted room.
    • This journey to the dark side of Alton will include dinner at one of our local restaurants and a full - length ghost tour of haunted sites!
    • He chose York: the ‘city of a thousand ghosts’ and, by all accounts, one of the most haunted places in Europe.
    • His long search had brought him to this haunted city - where ghosts of the past were still not dormant.
    • Glamis was reputed to be the most haunted place in Britain, and Elizabeth has heard strange noises ever since she was a child.
    • The site has loads of ghost stories (all said to be true), haunted places that you can visit and ghostly photos.
    • Perhaps it had been a servants' entrance in sunnier times, but no one could remember when Badenoch had ever been anything but a terrible, haunted place.
  • 2

    (expression/look) angustiado
    (expression/look) obsesionado
    • Save for a few healing scrapes and bruising, only the haunted look in his green eyes shows signs of his ordeal.
    • I already knew what he would ask next, so when he shut his eyes briefly, and asked, I knew exactly what to sign back to his haunted gaze.
    • He had a haunted look in his eyes like that of a mental hospital escapee.
    • She was losing weight as well, her face taking on a thin, haunted look.
    • She and Jonathan share a sexless love that's disturbed when Clare decides she wants sweet, haunted Bobby to be the father of her child.