alucinar

v.
1 to hallucinate (medicine).
2 to hypnotize, to captivate.
3 to daunt, to bewilder, to freak, to freak out.
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alucinar
verbo transitivo
1 (producir sensaciones) to hallucinate
2 figurado (cautivar) to fascinate, amaze, astound, flip out, stun
verbo intransitivo
1 argot to be amazed, be gobsmacked
¡alucinas! you're out of your mind!, you're crazy!
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1. VT
1) (=engañar) to delude, deceive
2) Esp
* (=fascinar)

me alucinó lo que pasó — I was gobsmacked at what happened **

2. VI
1) (=padecer alucinaciones) to hallucinate
2) Esp
* (=delirar)

¡tú alucinas! — you're seeing things!

¡este tío alucina! — this guy must be joking! *

yo alucino con esa canción — I love this song

yo alucinaba al ver tanta cosa — I was gobsmacked at all the stuff I saw **

3.
See:
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verbo intransitivo enfermo/drogadicto to hallucinate
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= hallucinate, blow + Posesivo + mind, freak out, flip out, be flabbergasted, be speechless, be gobsmacked.
Ex. As Gately wonders if he is dreaming or hallucinating, a series of words and phrases bombard his consciousness.
Ex. This is a book that treats its audience with respect while blowing their mind.
Ex. A boy on trial in the shooting death of his principal told investigators that he 'just freaked out' and pulled the trigger three times.
Ex. And this is coming from someone who had to be restrained in school after flipping out and kicking a bubbler.
Ex. They say they are flabbergasted and astounded by the decision to turn down their application.
Ex. Arriving at the Bouchaine Winery in early September, I was speechless as I glanced over the breathtaking views of the famous wine country for the first time.
Ex. Lorene, who cut her spurs fighting for equal pay, said she was `absolutely gobsmacked' at having won the award.
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verbo intransitivo enfermo/drogadicto to hallucinate
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= hallucinate, blow + Posesivo + mind, freak out, flip out, be flabbergasted, be speechless, be gobsmacked.

Ex: As Gately wonders if he is dreaming or hallucinating, a series of words and phrases bombard his consciousness.

Ex: This is a book that treats its audience with respect while blowing their mind.
Ex: A boy on trial in the shooting death of his principal told investigators that he 'just freaked out' and pulled the trigger three times.
Ex: And this is coming from someone who had to be restrained in school after flipping out and kicking a bubbler.
Ex: They say they are flabbergasted and astounded by the decision to turn down their application.
Ex: Arriving at the Bouchaine Winery in early September, I was speechless as I glanced over the breathtaking views of the famous wine country for the first time.
Ex: Lorene, who cut her spurs fighting for equal pay, said she was `absolutely gobsmacked' at having won the award.

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alucinar [A1 ]
vi
1 «enfermo/drogadicto» to hallucinate
2
(Esp fam) (delirar): estás alucinando you're crazy
■ alucinar
vt
(Esp fam) (asombrar, impresionar): me alucina lo caradura que es I'm amazed at her nerve
si quieres alucinarla, ponte ese sombrero if you really want to freak her out, put that hat on (colloq)
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alucinar (conjugate alucinar) verbo intransitivo
to hallucinate
alucinar
I verbo transitivo to hallucinate
fig (maravillar) to fascinate
II vi argot to be amazed, be spaced out
'alucinar' also found in these entries:
English:
hallucinate
- freak
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alucinar
vi
1. [tener alucinaciones] to hallucinate
2. Fam [delirar]
¡tú alucinas! you must be dreaming!;
¡yo alucino! I can't believe it!;
yo alucino con tu hermano [con enfado, admiración] that brother of yours is incredible;
alucinó con todos los regalos que le hicieron he was bowled over by all the presents they gave him
vt
Fam
1. [seducir] to hypnotize, to captivate
2. [gustar]
le alucinan las motos he's crazy about motorbikes
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alucinar
I v/i hallucinate
II v/t fam
amaze
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alucinar vi
: to hallucinate
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alucinar vb
1. (sorprenderse) to be amazed
alucinó cuando vio a toda su familia allí she was amazed when she saw her all her family there
2. (estar loco por) to be crazy about
alucina con los coches deportivos he's crazy about sports cars

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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