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Related to flabbergasting: impinge, alleviation


tr.v. flab·ber·gast·ed, flab·ber·gast·ing, flab·ber·gasts
To cause to be overcome with astonishment; astound. See Synonyms at surprise.

[Origin unknown.]
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adj pred (inf)unglaublich
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