English to Zulu Meaning :: astound

Astound :
mangaza
- mangazazikhexile elishaqisayo Ukhexisa
 
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Verb(1) affect with wonder

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(1) They astound the audience with their skill and technique in throwing the device around and manoeuvring it on the string.(2) I was astounded that people actually felt comfortable about printing stuff like that in public.(3) The subsequent response and quality of the entries astounded the organisers.(4) My son is not yet four, so the fact that he was able to process such things astounds me.(5) It wouldn't be stretching the truth too much to say I was astounded .(6) Some of them work enormously hard and, to be honest, how some can cope with full-time jobs and doing what they do astounds me.(7) She astounds us all - we just look at her in absolute amazement.(8) They wonder why the project doesn't work and it astounds me that they have to wonder that.(9) Sources last night said Sir Ronnie and his senior officers were left astounded , and angry, by the break-in.(10) Their influence over governments astounds me.(11) Firefighters were called to the scene at 9.15 am and were astounded that the building had not gone up in flames.(12) Her capacity for stupidity has surprised her in the past, but now it astounds her.(13) The stupidity of this government and its inability to manage this country effectively and fairly astounds me.(14) You know, I'm constantly astounded by how unprepared some people are for publicity.(15) It still astounds me that anyone ever remembers that as a good moment for Democrats.(16) What astounds me is not how much we love our country but the lack of bold admissions from others that they love their countries.
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(1) astound ::
mangaza
Synonyms
Verb
1. amaze ::
mangaza
2. astonish ::
eyayingashaqisa
3. stagger ::
bhadazela
4. surprise ::
ukumangala
5. startle ::
ethusa
6. stun ::
lihle
7. confound ::
ajabhise
8. dumbfound ::
dumbfound
9. boggle ::
boggle
10. stupefy ::
stupefy
11. shock ::
ukushaqeka
12. daze ::
Daze
13. take aback ::
ukuthatha kwabamangaza
14. leave open-mouthed ::
ushiye evulekile Onomlomo
15. leave aghast ::
ushiye ushaqekile
16. flabbergast ::
flabbergast
17. blow away ::
nishaye kude
18. bowl over ::
isitsha phezu
19. floor ::
phansi
Different Forms
astound, astounded, astounding, astounds
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