Translation for 'surprise' from English to Greek
NOUN1   a surprise | surprises
NOUN2   surprise | -
VERB   to surprise | surprised | surprised
surprising | surprises
SYNO surprisal | surprise | to storm | ...
to surpriseεκπλήσσω
surprise {noun}έκπληξη {η}
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Translation for 'surprise' from English to Greek

to surprise

surprise {noun}
έκπληξη {η}
Usage Examples English
  • About situations that appear as a surprise in a setting. Skit title was previously 'Surprise Appearances' on KBS World.
  • There is no surprise in this egg, possibly because it is a surprise itself.
  • He has been the "surprise" on an episode of "Surprise Surprise".
  • Nigeria and Paraguay advanced to the Round of 16 after a surprise elimination of top seed Spain, while Bulgaria failed to repeat their surprise performance from the previous tournament.
  • Despite the facial feedback hypothesis (that facial display is necessary in the experience of emotion or a major determinant of feelings), in the case of surprise, some research has shown a strong lack of connection between the facial display of surprise and the actual experience of surprise.

  • An automation surprise is an action that is performed by an automation system and is unexpected by the user.
  • On a Facebook post on 5 October 2017, Tunstall announced a surprise, showing the emoji of an informatic virus as a clue. Due to a technical error, the surprise had to be delayed.
  • The surprise within the egg is missing. According to Fabergé's invoice, the surprise was a miniature of the imperial children.
  • In the song "Nobody Home" from Pink Floyd's 1979 album "The Wall", an audio clip of Pyle saying his signature line "Surprise, surprise, surprise!
  • Face-off Challenge: Make a dessert with a fun surprise inside.

  • Superiority in the element of surprise, to be aware of the enemy before they are aware of you.
  • Soylu was appointed as the Interior Minister after the surprise resignation of Efkan Ala, with Soylu commenting that his appointment 'came as a surprise' to him as well.
  • Birthday surprise parties are the most common kind of surprise party.
  • The Australians lived in the mountains with the Chinese Surprise Troops (so called because of their ability to surprise the enemy. ...
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