ဝစ်ရှင်နရီ မှ



  • (RP) IPA(key): /ˈflæbə(ˌ)ɡɑːst/
  • (GA) enPR: flăb′ər-găst', IPA(key): /ˈflæbɚˌɡæst/
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  • တုံးတို: en‧flab‧ber‧gast


flabbergast (အက္ခရာဖလှယ်ရန် လိုအပ်) (third-person singular simple present flabbergasts, ပစ္စုပ္ပန် ကြိယာသဏ္ဌာန် flabbergasting, simple past flabbergasted, အတိတ်ကာလပြ ကြိယာသဏ္ဌာန် flabbergasted or flabbergast)

  1. အံ့အားသင့်စေသည်။
    He was flabbergasted to find that his work had been done for him before he began.
    The oddity of the situation was so flabbergasting I couldn't react in time for anyone to see it.
    I love to flabbergast the little-minded by shattering their preconceptions about my nationality and gender.
    Her stupidity flabbergasts me, and I have to force myself to keep a straight face while she explains her beliefs.'
    • 1926. Austin Harrison. Frederic Harrison: Thoughts and Memories. W. Heinemann. page 189.
      For instance, I could offend, shock, annoy, distress and flabbergast your father utterly in five minutes, but the more I tried to offend, shock, distress or flabbergast Henry James, the more disinterestedly sympathetic he would appear.
    • 1956. John Thomas Flynn. The Roosevelt Myth. Ludwig von Mises Institute. page 50.
      He loved to flabbergast his associates by announcing some startling new policy without consulting any of them.
    • 2008. Harry Turtledove. The United States of Atlantis. Penguin. page 240.
      "The idea may surprise you, but I intend that it shall flabbergast the poor foolish Englishmen mured up behind those pine and redwood logs. Flabbergast 'em, I say!"'



flabbergast (အက္ခရာဖလှယ်ရန် လိုအပ်) (ရေတွက်ရ နှင့် ရေတွက်မရ, ဗဟုဝုစ် flabbergasts)

  1. (uncountable) အံ့အားသင့်သွားခြင်း။ မျက်လုံးပြူးသွားခြင်း။
    His flabbergast was so great he couldn't even come up with a plausible answer.
    When I saw my house on fire, the flabbergast overcame me and I just stood and stared, too shocked to comprehend what I was seeing.
    • 2000. James Carlos Blake. Red Grass River: A Legend. HarperCollins. page 52.
      Bob's big-eyed flabbergast struck him as comic and he laughed and said, “Lying sack, hey?”