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Detailed Translations for thrilling from English to Spanish

thrilling:


Translation Matrix for thrilling:

AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- electrifying
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- exciting
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
atrayente exciting; fascinating; moving; stirring; thrilling; touching adorable; alluring; appealing; attracting; attractive; beautiful; charming; dinky; enchanting; entrancing; good looking; good-looking; handsome; inviting; lovely; most charming; nice; personable; pretty; snap; sweetest; tempting
cautivador exciting; fascinating; moving; stirring; thrilling; touching captivating; enchanting; fascinating; intriguing
conmovedor compelling; emotional; gripping; heart warming; moving; stirring; thrilling; touching fascinating; heart rending; touching
emocionante compelling; emotional; exciting; gripping; heart warming; moving; stirring; tense; thrilling; touching excited; exciting; heart rending; heated; horny; hot; lascivious; randy
espectacular moving; sensational; stirring; stunning; thrilling; touching showy; spectacular
fascinante exciting; fascinating; moving; stirring; thrilling; touching captivating; enchanting; fascinating; intriguing
sensacional moving; sensational; stirring; stunning; thrilling; touching

Related Words for "thrilling":


Synonyms for "thrilling":


Related Definitions for "thrilling":

  1. causing a surge of emotion or excitement1
    • a thrilling performer to watch1
  2. causing quivering or shivering as by cold or fear or electric shock1
    • a thrilling wind blew off the frozen lake1

Wiktionary Translations for thrilling:


Cross Translation:
FromToVia
thrilling emocionante; excitante spannend — ein (meist) angenehmes Gefühl des Grusels oder der gebannten Faszination erzeugend
thrilling emocionante; apasionante passionnant — Qui passionne, qui est propre à passionner.

thrilling form of thrill:

thrill [the ~] noun

  1. the thrill (stimulant; stimulus; impulse; incitement; stimulation)
    el incentivo; el impulso; la incitación

to thrill verb (thrills, thrilled, thrilling)

  1. to thrill (intoxicate; carry away)
  2. to thrill

Conjugations for thrill:

present
  1. thrill
  2. thrill
  3. thrills
  4. thrill
  5. thrill
  6. thrill
simple past
  1. thrilled
  2. thrilled
  3. thrilled
  4. thrilled
  5. thrilled
  6. thrilled
present perfect
  1. have thrilled
  2. have thrilled
  3. has thrilled
  4. have thrilled
  5. have thrilled
  6. have thrilled
past continuous
  1. was thrilling
  2. were thrilling
  3. was thrilling
  4. were thrilling
  5. were thrilling
  6. were thrilling
future
  1. shall thrill
  2. will thrill
  3. will thrill
  4. shall thrill
  5. will thrill
  6. will thrill
continuous present
  1. am thrilling
  2. are thrilling
  3. is thrilling
  4. are thrilling
  5. are thrilling
  6. are thrilling
subjunctive
  1. be thrilled
  2. be thrilled
  3. be thrilled
  4. be thrilled
  5. be thrilled
  6. be thrilled
diverse
  1. thrill!
  2. let's thrill!
  3. thrilled
  4. thrilling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for thrill:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
impulso impulse; incitement; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; thrill ardor; ardour; boost; congestion; craving; drive; hold-up; impetus; impulse; incentive; initiative; instigation; instinct; intuition; jam; momentum; passion; spur; stagnation; start; stimulus; stoppage; urging; verve; zeal; zest
incentivo impulse; incitement; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; thrill impulse; incentive; incitement; instigation; stimulation; stimulus
incitación impulse; incitement; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; thrill cheers; encouragement; encouraging; help; incitement; instigation; poking; poking up; putting on; stay; stimulation; stirring up; support; switching on; turning on; turning up; urging; urging on
temblar quaking; quivering; shaking; trembling
- bang; boot; charge; chill; flush; frisson; kick; quiver; rush; shiver; shudder; tingle
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
arrobar carry away; intoxicate; thrill
extasiar carry away; intoxicate; thrill
temblar thrill palpitate; quaver; quiver; shake; shiver; shudder; throb; tremble; vibrate
- beatify; exalt; exhilarate; inebriate; shiver; shudder; throb; tickle; tickle pink; vibrate

Related Words for "thrill":


Synonyms for "thrill":


Related Definitions for "thrill":

  1. something that causes you to experience a sudden intense feeling or sensation1
    • the thrills of space travel1
  2. an almost pleasurable sensation of fright1
  3. the swift release of a store of affective force1
  4. feel sudden intense sensation or emotion1
    • he was thrilled by the speed and the roar of the engine1
  5. fill with sublime emotion1
    • The children were thrilled at the prospect of going to the movies1
  6. tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement1
  7. cause to be thrilled by some perceptual input1
    • The men were thrilled by a loud whistle blow1

Wiktionary Translations for thrill:

thrill
verb
  1. suddenly excite someone, or to give someone great pleasure; to electrify
noun
  1. trembling or quivering, especially one caused by emotion

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
thrill embelesar; encantar; fascinar; robar; pillar ravirenlever de force, emporter avec violence.



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