stupefy
[ˈstjuːpɪfʌɪ]
VERB
stupefies (third person present) · stupefied (past tense) · stupefied (past participle) · stupefying (present participle)
  1. make (someone) unable to think or feel properly.
    "the offence of administering drugs to a woman with intent to stupefy her"
    synonyms:
    stun · daze · befuddle · knock senseless · knock unconscious · knock out · lay out · benumb · numb · drug · sedate · anaesthetize · give anaesthetic to · tranquillize ·
    narcotize · intoxicate · inebriate · knock out · render unconscious · dope
Origin
late Middle English: from French stupéfier, from Latin stupefacere, from stupere ‘be struck senseless’.
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How to use stupefy in a sentence?
the amount they spend on clothes would appal their parents and stupefy their grandparents.
the offence of administering drugs to a woman with intent to stupefy her.
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Laguages Translations
Arabic تخديرها
Bangla অবকাশও
Bosnian (Latin) zaglupila
Bulgarian изумявам
Cantonese (Traditional) 斯皮菲
Catalan atonta
Chinese Simplified 斯皮菲
Chinese Traditional 斯皮菲
Croatian zaglupila
Czech mdloby na tebe
Danish bedøve
Dutch verdoven
Finnish turruttaa
French surprendre
German verblüffen
Greek άφωνο
Hebrew שהיא
Hungarian elkábít
Icelandic heimhrað
Japanese 呆然とさせる
Korean 안되고
Latvian Dullumi
Lithuanian Odurzać
Norwegian Bokmål dope
Polish ogłupiać
Portuguese entorpecer
Querétaro Otomi Desmaius
Romanian prosti
Russian наркотическое
Serbian (Cyrillic) заглупила
Serbian (Latin) zaglupila
Slovak zmiasť
Slovenian Zapanjiti
Spanish Desmaius
Tamil தட்டழியச்
Telugu స్తుపేఫై
Turkish sersemletmek
Urdu سٹوپیفی
Yucatec Maya Desmaius
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