astonishment

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[English Word] astonishment
[Swahili Word] kimako
[Part of Speech] noun
[Derived Word] maka N
[English Example] be evasive, make excuses, pretend
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[English Word] astonishment
[Swahili Word] kiwewe
[Swahili Plural] viwewe
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 7/8
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[English Word] astonishment
[Swahili Word] mgutusho
[Swahili Plural] migutusho
[Part of Speech] noun
[Derived Word] gutua V
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[English Word] astonishment
[English Plural] astonishment
[Swahili Word] msangao
[Swahili Plural] misangao
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 3/4
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[English Word] astonishment
[English Plural] astonishment
[Swahili Word] mshangao
[Swahili Plural] mishangao
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 3/4
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[English Word] astonishment
[Swahili Word] mzubao
[Swahili Plural] mizubao
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 3/4
[Derived Word] zubaa V
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[English Word] astonishment
[Swahili Word] mzumbao
[Swahili Plural] mizumbao
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 3/4
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[English Word] astonishment
[Swahili Word] taajabu
[Swahili Plural] mataajabu
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 5/6
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[English Word] astonishment
[Swahili Word] ushango
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] exclamation of astonishment
[Swahili Word] assalala
[Part of Speech] interjection
[Derived Word] Arabic
[Swahili Example] Assalala! Ati pambo la miguu! [Abd]
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[English Word] exclamation of astonishment
[Swahili Word] salale
[Part of Speech] interjection
[Derived Word] Arabic
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[English Word] exclamation of astonishment (God forbid!)
[Swahili Word] salala
[Part of Speech] interjection
[Derived Word] Arabic
[English Example] Salala! dangerous! Subira crushed the teeth
[Swahili Example] Salala! Hatari! Subira alibana meno [Sul]
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[English Word] expression of astonishment
[Swahili Word] aka
[Part of Speech] interjection
[Swahili Example] aka, kumbe hayumo! [Moh]
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[English Word] utter exclamation of astonishment or surprise
[Swahili Word] -maka
[Part of Speech] verb
[Swahili Example] "Unakimbia nini?" Matata alimaka [Muk]
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English-Swahili dictionary. 2013.

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  • Astonishment — As*ton ish*ment, n. [Cf. OF. estonnement, F. [ e]tonnement.] 1. The condition of one who is stunned. Hence: Numbness; loss of sensation; stupor; loss of sense. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] A coldness and astonishment in his loins, as folk say. Holland.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • astonishment — index bombshell, phenomenon (unusual occurrence), surprise Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • astonishment — 1590s; see ASTONISH (Cf. astonish) + MENT (Cf. ment). Earlier it meant paralysis (1570s) …   Etymology dictionary

  • astonishment — [n] state of surprise amazement, astoundment, awe, bewilderment, confusion, consternation, dumbfoundment, one for the books*, shock, something else*, stunner, stupefaction, wonder, wonderment; concepts 230,410 Ant. dullness, expectation,… …   New thesaurus

  • astonishment — [ə stän′ishmənt] n. 1. the state of being astonished; great amazement 2. anything that astonishes …   English World dictionary

  • astonishment — n. 1) to express astonishment 2) astonishment at (he could not conceal his astonishment at seeing them together) 3) astonishment that + clause (they expressed astonishment that I won the election) 4) in astonishment (they gaped in astonishment)… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • astonishment — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ great ▪ absolute, complete, utter ▪ mild (esp. BrE) ▪ an air of mild astonishment ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • astonishment — a|ston|ish|ment [ ə stanıʃmənt ] noun uncount * very great surprise: A look of astonishment crossed his face. Some executives expressed astonishment that they could no longer travel first class. in astonishment: Are you really leaving? asked… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • astonishment */ — UK [əˈstɒnɪʃmənt] / US [əˈstɑnɪʃmənt] noun [uncountable] very great surprise A look of astonishment crossed his face. Some ministers expressed astonishment that they could no longer travel first class. in astonishment: Are you really leaving?… …   English dictionary

  • astonishment — as|ton|ish|ment [əˈstɔnıʃmənt US əˈsta: ] n [U] complete surprise = ↑amazement in astonishment ▪ She stared at him in astonishment. to sb s astonishment ▪ To my astonishment, the car was gone …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • astonishment — noun (U) complete surprise: in astonishment: She stared at him in astonishment. | to your astonishment: To my astonishment, the keys were in the door …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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