HyperDic: impactar

Español > 2 sentidos de la palabra impactar:
VERBOchangeimpactar, afectar, conmover, repercutir, tocarhave an effect upon
emotionimpactar, chocar, consternar, deshonrar, escandalizar, horrorizar, indignar, insultar, ofenderstrike with disgust or revulsion
Español > impactar: 2 sentidos > verbo 1, change
SentidoHave an effect upon.
Sinónimosafectar, conmover, repercutir, tocar
Específicoalisar, procesar, tratarsubject to a process or treatment, with the aim of readying for some purpose, improving, or remedying a condition
arriesgar, comprometer, exponerput in a dangerous, disadvantageous, or difficult position
barrermake a forceful move against
estimular, excitaract as a stimulant
fastidiar, molestarTo cause inconvenience or discomfort to
influenciar, influirHave and exert influence or effect
redundarHave an effect for good or ill
repercutirproduce an effect or strain on somebody
Generalalterar, cambiar, modificar, mudar, retocar, transformar, variarCause to change
Inglésaffect, impact, bear upon, bear on, touch on, touch
Catalánafectar, commoure, impactar, repercutir
Nombresconsecuencia, efecto, impactoA forceful consequence
intrusión, usurpaciónInfluencing strongly
Español > impactar: 2 sentidos > verbo 2, emotion
Sentidostrike with disgust or revulsion.
Sinónimoschocar, consternar, deshonrar, escandalizar, horrorizar, indignar, insultar, ofender
Generalasquear, repugnarCause aversion in
Inglésshock, offend, scandalize, scandalise, appal, appall, outrage
Catalánescandalitzar, espantar, horroritzar, indignar, insultar, ofendre, sobresaltar, sobtar, ultratjar, xocar
Adjetivoasqueroso, horrible, nauseabundo, nauseoso, nocivo, ofensivoCausing or able to cause nausea
desagradable, ofensivounpleasant or disgusting especially to the senses
desagradable, ofensivomorally offensive
Nombresatrocidad, escándalo público, ultrajeThe act of scandalizing
aturdimiento, conmoción, estuporThe feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens / happens accidentally
comentarios malintencionados, habladuríasdisgraceful gossip about the private lives of other people
escándaloA disgraceful event
indignaciónA feeling of righteous anger
sinvergüenzaA shockingly bad person

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