ES espantarse

1. "caballo"

espantarse (also: sobresaltarse)
espantarse (also: espantar)
to spook {vb} [Amer.]

2. "uso hiberbólico", colloquial

espantarse (also: horrorizarse)
espantarse (also: horrorizarse)

Context sentences for "espantarse" in English

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SpanishNuestro colega Ole Krarup subrayó, con razón, que si los ciudadanos conocieran estas disposiciones tan complejas, no sabrían si reír o espantarse.
Our colleague, Ole Krarup, rightly highlighted the fact that if our citizens became aware of such complex provisions, they would not know whether to laugh or cry.