- adj.惊呆的; 吓呆的; 被…吓呆; 被吓得目瞪口呆
TYPICAL USE : Many people would aghast at the thought of another war.
The pillars of the heavens quake, aghast at his rebuke.
Some former officials in Mr Bush's administration were aghast.
Lydia stared at him aghast.
She was aghast at the extent of the damage to her car.
She is aghast at the think of marry the cruel man.
The child aghast can't say a word.
Caderousse and his wife started and looked aghast at each other.'
He stood aghast at the terrible sight.
The crowd aghast. The greatest swordsman had missed his target completely, yet he continued to smile.
观众惊呆了. 最厉害的剑客居然完全失准, 可他却继续微笑着.
She stared at him, aghast , and tears of remorse welled up.
He stood aghast on hearing the news.
She was aghast at the thought of marrying the cruel man.
Many people would be aghast at the thought of another war.
The neighbours all stood aghast, and dared not move.
She stood aghast at the black shadow in the drawing room.
When she removed the dressing the next day, Yang was aghast at her red, puffy eyelids.
She stood aghast at the snake.
Caderousse remained for a moment aghast under the weight of such an idea.
They stood aghast at this unforeseen disaster.
He was aghast on hearing the news.
He aghast at the terrible sight.
I was aghast at the incomprehension of our leadership.
People everywhere are aghast at the poisoning of China's air, rivers and lakes race for growth.
人们对由经济发展引起的带毒的空气 、 河流和湖泊而恐惧.
Erica looked at him aghast.
Tania stared at him aghast, unable to speak.
His colleagues were aghast at the sackings.
She watched aghast as his life flowed away.
1. struck with fear, dread, or consternation