Word: surprise

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Synonyms: surprise

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: surprise

spanish
extrañeza, maravilla, sorpresa, sorprender


german
überraschung, überraschen

french
époustoufler, étonner, surprise, surprendre, surprenez, ...

italian
meraviglia

portuguese
surpresa, excesso, sobressaltar, abismar, sobressalto, ...

dutch
verrassen, surprise, verwondering, verbazen, snappen, ...

russian
недоумение, изумлять, изумление, внезапность, изумить, ...

norwegian
overraske, overraskelse

swedish
förvåning, överraskning

finnish
ihmetyttää, hämmästyttää, hämmästys, yllätys, yllättää

czech
úžas, překvapení, ohromit, údiv, překvapovat, ...

polish
zdziwić, zdziwienie, dziwić, zdumienie, zaskoczyć, ...

hungarian
megdöbbenés, tettenérés, rajtakapás

turkish
sürpriz

greek
έκπληξη

ukrainian
подив, дивувати, сюрприз

albanian
habi, surprizë

bulgarian
сюрприз

estonian
üllatus

croatian
iznenađenje, iznenaditi, čuđenje

lithuanian
netikėtas, nuostaba, netikėtumas, siurprizas

latvian
izbrīns, pārsteigums, pārsteigt

romanian
surpriză, uimi, nedumerire

slovenian
presenečenje, presenetiti

slovak
prekvapenie, prekvapovať, prekvapiť

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The meaning and "use of": surprise

noun
  • an unexpected or astonishing event, fact, or thing.
  • denoting a class of complex methods of change-ringing.

verb
  • (of something unexpected) cause (someone) to feel mild astonishment or shock.

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