Translation of shell-shocked in Spanish:

shell-shocked

traumatizado por la guerra, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈʃɛlʃɒkt//ˈʃɛlʃɑkt/

adjective

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    traumatizado por la guerra
    • The first inkling of what is to come appears after Charlie returns home, shell-shocked after seeing his brother wounded.
    • The film is about a shell-shocked WWI veteran, who becomes obsessed with restoring the intricate mechanical Harrison clocks, regardless of the personal cost.
    • The term "shell shocked" became well known during the Vietnam War.
    • Many of those who opted out were repeat deserters who weren't even shell-shocked.
    • As he prepared his shell-shocked troops for life in the basement, his new broom approach was not to everyone's liking.
    • It was a terribly sad situation and some of these soldiers were genuinely shell-shocked.
    • He returned shell-shocked, eligible for a full pension.
    • This World War II romance film makes Amanda feel all warm and cozy, as only stories of convicts and shell-shocked veterans can.
    • Later he went abroad and the misfortunate wretch got shell-shocked in some foreign war.
    • Many Americans know that Patton slapped two shell-shocked soldiers who'd sought refuge in an Army hospital bed during the Allies' invasion of Sicily in August 1943.
    • Grace was Egan's mother whose three brothers were casualties to the war: one died, another was gassed, another shell-shocked.
    • Uncle Charlie had been in the trenches in the First World War and come back "shell shocked."
    • Septimus Smith, a shell-shocked World War One veteran, overhears people discussing the matter.
    • Against that apocalyptic reality, the 17 shell-shocked British soldiers shot for "cowardice" look like the only sane men in uniform on the continent.