- adj. 目瞪口呆的；大吃一惊的
- v. 使…大吃一惊（flabbergast的过去式）
- 1. Everybody was flabbergasted when I announced I was going to emigrate to Australia.
- 2. Saying that Joan was taken aback is to put it mildly. She was completely flabbergasted.
- 说琼吃了一惊,这是很保守的说法. 她其实是完全惊呆了.
- 3. Fourth Master Liu was even more flabbergasted.
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- 4. I was flabbergasted at the violence of the thunder.
- 5. We both looked at him flabbergasted.
[ flabbergasted 造句 ]