Spanish English Dictionary

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sorprendente in English:

1. surprising

This is surprising.
It isn't surprising that Africans may think of English as one of their continent's languages.
The idea of surprising her suddenly crossed my mind.
It's surprising to know that your school starts at 8:30 and ends at 3:30.
It's surprising how many unhappy marriages there are.
He countered their proposal with a surprising suggestion.
The number of people who die in traffic accidents is surprising.
He said it, and what was more surprising, he did it himself.
If you don't wear warm clothes in winter, it wouldn't be surprising if you caught a bad cold.
Bill spoke Japanese with surprising fluency.
For a man of seventy, he still has surprising vigour.
As this is a cascade with multiple layers, it shouldn't be surprising that it's slow.
Films with loud, surprising noises, such as gunshots, are usually not shown.
Seeing something in a different context than the accustomed one can be surprising.

English word "sorprendente"(surprising) occurs in sets:

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