Detailed Translations for startling from English to Spanish


Translation Matrix for startling:

OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- brilliant; striking
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
asombroso amazing; astonishing; astounding; marvellous; marvelous; miraculous; startling; surprising; wonderful apposite; apt; atypical; awecommanding; big; confounding; considerable; conspicuous; deferent; dumbfounded; enormous; grand; grandiose; great; implausible; imposing; impressive; incredible; large; notable; odd; overpowering; overwhelming; regardful; remarkable; respectable; respectful; reverential; strange; striking; stupendous; substantial; tall; unbelievable; vast
extraordinario amazing; astonishing; astounding; marvellous; marvelous; miraculous; startling; surprising; wonderful abominable; barbaric; bizarre; brutal; cruel; curious; different; eccentric; exceedingly; exceptional; exclusive; exquisite; extra; extraordinarily; extraordinary; extremely; fabled; fabulous; freak; funny; greatly; gruesome; hardly ever; heinous; highly; idiosyncratic; incomparable; inhuman; inhumane; inimitable; isolated; legendary; little; not used to; noteworthy; odd; on its own; once in a life time; one and only; particular; peculiar; phenomenal; prodigious; queer; rare; rarely; seldom; separate; sole; special; specially added; strange; the one and only; ultra; uncommon; unique; unparalleled; unusual; very; wondrous
milagroso amazing; astonishing; astounding; marvellous; marvelous; miraculous; startling; surprising; wonderful wondrous
sorprendente amazing; astonishing; astounding; marvellous; marvelous; miraculous; startling; surprising; wonderful atypical; bizarre; curious; different; eccentric; exceptional; freak; idiosyncratic; noteworthy; odd; peculiar; strange; unusual

Related Words for "startling":

Synonyms for "startling":

Related Definitions for "startling":

  1. so remarkably different or sudden as to cause momentary shock or alarm1
    • Sydney's startling new Opera House1
    • startling news1
    • startling earthquake shocks1


to startle verb (startles, startled, startling)

  1. to startle (surprise; take unaware)
  2. to startle (disconcert; alarm)
  3. to startle (frighten; tremble; jolt; shake)
  4. to startle (intimidate; terrorize; bully; )

Conjugations for startle:

  1. startle
  2. startle
  3. startles
  4. startle
  5. startle
  6. startle
simple past
  1. startled
  2. startled
  3. startled
  4. startled
  5. startled
  6. startled
present perfect
  1. have startled
  2. have startled
  3. has startled
  4. have startled
  5. have startled
  6. have startled
past continuous
  1. was startling
  2. were startling
  3. was startling
  4. were startling
  5. were startling
  6. were startling
  1. shall startle
  2. will startle
  3. will startle
  4. shall startle
  5. will startle
  6. will startle
continuous present
  1. am startling
  2. are startling
  3. is startling
  4. are startling
  5. are startling
  6. are startling
  1. be startled
  2. be startled
  3. be startled
  4. be startled
  5. be startled
  6. be startled
  1. startle!
  2. let's startle!
  3. startled
  4. startling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for startle:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
coger having a grip; hold; laying hands on; taking hold of; understanding
inquietar being worried; concerning
- jump; start
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
alarmar alarm; disconcert; startle alarm; inform; make known; notify; send word; uneasy
asustar frighten; jolt; shake; startle; tremble deter; menace; scare; startle someone; threaten
atemorizar alarm; disconcert; startle alarm; deter; disquiet; frighten; frighten away; frighten off; inform; make known; notify; oppress; scare off; send word
coger startle; surprise; take unaware absorb; acquire; admit; cadge; capture; catch; chain; clamp; clasp; collar; collect; contract; enchain; expropriate; filch; gather; get; get hold of; glean; go thieving; grab; grasp; grip; harvest; lap up; lay hold of; lay one's hands on; make off with; mooch; nick; obsess; obtain; obtain by begging; pick; pilfer; pinch; polish off; purloin; put away; reap; receive; rob; seize; seize upon; shackle; sip up; snatch; sneak up on; snitch; steal; swipe; take; take away; take hold of; take in; take unaware; take up; tattle; trap; twig
dar un susto frighten; jolt; shake; startle; tremble menace; threaten
inquietar alarm; disconcert; startle alarm; gag; oppress; truss up; uneasy
intimidar badger; browbeat; bully; frighten; intimidate; overawe; startle; terrorise; terrorize browbeat; bully; bullyrag; embarrass; intimidate; menace; overawe; threaten
sorprender startle; surprise; take unaware attract attention; be conspicuous; catch; eavesdropping; hearing; hold up; jut out; leap out; listening; prance; protrude; rob; seize; show off; snatch; sneak up on; stand out; stick out; strike; suprise; surprise; take off guard; take unaware; tattle; twig
- galvanise; galvanize; jump; start

Related Words for "startle":

Synonyms for "startle":

Related Definitions for "startle":

  1. a sudden involuntary movement1
  2. to stimulate to action 1
    • ..startled him awake1
  3. move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm1
    • She startled when I walked into the room1

Wiktionary Translations for startle:

  1. to move or be excited on feeling alarm
  2. to deter; to cause to deviate
  3. -
  1. a sudden motion or shock

Cross Translation:
startle consternar abasourdirassourdir, étourdir par un grand bruit.
startle asustar; atemorizar effrayerremplir de frayeur.
startle temer redouter — Craindre fort.
startle pasmar; consternar stupéfierengourdir, diminuer ou suspendre le sentiment et le mouvement.