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stun

 (stŭn)
tr.v. stunned, stun·ning, stuns
1. To daze or render senseless, as by a blow or loud noise.
2. To stupefy, as with the emotional impact of an experience; astound.
n.
A blow or shock that stupefies.

[Middle English stonen, Old French estoner, from Vulgar Latin *extonāre : Latin ex-, ex- + Latin tonāre, to thunder; see (s)tenə- in Indo-European roots.]

stunned

(stʌnd)
adj
shocked or astounded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.stunned - filled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise or shockstunned - filled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise or shock; "an amazed audience gave the magician a standing ovation"; "I stood enthralled, astonished by the vastness and majesty of the cathedral"; "astounded viewers wept at the pictures from the Oklahoma City bombing"; "stood in stunned silence"; "stunned scientists found not one but at least three viruses"
surprised - taken unawares or suddenly and feeling wonder or astonishment; "surprised by her student's ingenuity"; "surprised that he remembered my name"; "a surprised expression"
2.stunned - knocked unconscious by a heavy blow
unconscious - not conscious; lacking awareness and the capacity for sensory perception as if asleep or dead; "lay unconscious on the floor"
3.stunned - in a state of mental numbness especially as resulting from shock; "he had a dazed expression on his face"; "lay semiconscious, stunned (or stupefied) by the blow"; "was stupid from fatigue"
confused - mentally confused; unable to think with clarity or act intelligently; "the flood of questions left her bewildered and confused"

stunned

adjective staggered, shocked, devastated, numb, astounded, bowled over (informal), gobsmacked (Brit. slang), dumbfounded, flabbergasted (informal), struck dumb, at a loss for words When they told me she had gone missing I was totally stunned.
Translations
ohromený
forbløffet
tyrmistynyt
zapanjen
どぎもを抜かれて
어안이 벙벙한
paff
ตกตะลึง
bị choáng váng

stunned

[stʌnd] ADJ
1. (= unconscious) → sin sentido
2. (= dazed) → aturdido, atontado
3. (= amazed) → pasmado
I was absolutely stunned when I realized I had wonme quedé pasmado cuando me di cuenta de que había ganado, me quedé alucinado cuando me di cuenta de que había ganado
stunned passers-by could not believe what was happeninglos transeúntes, estupefactos, no podían creer lo que estaba sucediendo
4. (= shocked) → anonadado
I was too stunned to replyme quedé tan anonadado que no pude contestar
he had a stunned expression on his facetenía una expresión de asombro en el rostro
I sat in stunned silenceme senté en silencio, anonadado
people reacted to the news with stunned disbeliefal enterarse de la noticia la gente se quedó anonadada, sin dar crédito a lo que oía

stunned

[ˈstʌnd] adjsidéré(e)
I was stunned → J'étais sidéré.

stunned

adj (= unconscious)betäubt; (= dazed)benommen; (fig: = shocked) → fassungslos; (= amazed)sprachlos; there was a stunned silencebenommenes Schweigen breitete sich aus; I sat in stunned silence/disbeliefich saß sprachlos/fassungslos da

stunned

[stʌnd] adj (by blow) → stordito/a (fig) → sbalordito/a
in stunned silence → ammutolito/a

stunned

مَذْهُول ohromený forbløffet fassungslos κατάπληκτος aturdido tyrmistynyt abasourdi zapanjen sbalordito どぎもを抜かれて 어안이 벙벙한 verbaasd lamslått wstrząśnięty pasmado ошеломленный paff ตกตะลึง şaşkın bị choáng váng 瞠目结舌的
References in classic literature ?
The young reporter rolled over on the platform half un- conscious, stunned by the terrific force of the blows.
shouted Tom, as he struck the creature, knocking it into the corner of the tent with a thud that told it must be completely stunned, if not killed.
He did not come to the surface until he had passed the point below where her father stood, and then struggling feebly, as if stunned or disabled by a blow.
He seemed much stunned, and as they led him into a shop he walked as if he were in great pain.
Sometimes, in the haste of speeding-up, they would dump one of the animals out on the floor before it was fully stunned, and it would get upon its feet and run amuck.
He looked stunned, confused; he couldn't say a word.
His breast was rising and falling, and he moved his head about in a dull and wandering way, like a person who had been stunned.
If he's as much stunned with the lick and fud- dled with the rum as he had the look of being, he won't think of the knife till he's gone so far he'll be afraid to come back after it to such a place by him- self -- chicken-heart
The feeling, the announcement sent through me, was something stronger than was consistent with joy--something that smote and stunned.
I felt stunned by the awful event; and my memory unavoidably recurred to former times with a sort of oppressive sadness.
She sat with her eyes rooted on the lawyer's face; her mind stunned, her senses helpless.
If the suddenness of her calamity, and the whirling wheels of the time, had stunned the Doctor's daughter into awaiting the result in idle despair, it would but have been with her as it was with many.