Dictionary

verrast translated to English

TRANSLATION
English
verrast
English
aback
DICTIONARY
aback
adv.
1. Toward the back or rear; backward.
2. Behind; in the rear.
3. Backward against the mast; -- said of the sails when pressed by the wind.
4. An abacus.
RHYMES WITH
back, black, track, hack, pack, jack, attack, crack, rack, stack
EXAMPLES
I was taken aback by his scathing, virulent remarks about Prime Minister Viktor Yushchenko and former Deputy Prime Minister Yulia Timoshenko.
I was taken aback by his scathing, virulent remarks about Prime Minister Viktor Yushchenko and former Deputy Prime Minister Yulia Timoshenko.
The Taliban seem to have been taken aback by the public and media reaction to the attack.
The Taliban seem to have been taken aback by the public and media reaction to the attack.
Some of Mitt Romney’s advisers seemed taken aback by Obama’s victory: Wasn’t the election supposed to be about economics?
Some of Mitt Romney’s advisers seemed taken aback by Obama’s victory: Wasn’t the election supposed to be about economics?
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