Spanish Word for speechless  

English Word: speechless

Spanish Word: sin habla[Adjective]
The Spanish Word for speechless
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What he told me made my jaw drop, speechless.
Lo que me contó me dejó boquiabierto, sin palabras.

People who cannot hear are not speechless as a result of this.
Las personas que no pueden oír no están por ello sin voz.
When we began our work, we were almost speechless at what we encountered.
Cuando iniciamos el trabajo no teníamos palabras ante lo que nos encontramos.
- (EL) Mr President, frankly the President-in-Office leaves me speechless.
(GUE/NGL). (EL) Señor Presidente, realmente el Presidente en ejercicio del Consejo me ha dejado perplejo.
Can I say to this House that I understand this must be the first time that Mr Helmer has been speechless.
Permítame decir a esta Asamblea que entiendo que ésta debe ser la primera vez que el Sr. Helmer se ha quedado sin palabras.
It leaves me speechless, however, to hear things like genes entering the environment.
Pero oír cosas como que los genes salen al medio ambiente ?
We have listened to the prime minister of Greece and the President-in-Office both today and yesterday and, what can I say, we are speechless.
Hemos oído al presidente de Grecia y al presidente en funciones tanto ayer como hoy y, qué es lo que puedo decir, nos hemos quedado sin palabras.
If there was even one Member of this House who was not already speechless with fury, the hearing of Khaled El-Masri must have had that effect.
Si todavía quedaba algún diputado a esta Cámara que no se hubiera quedado enmudecido de furia, la audiencia de Jaled el Masri debe haber tenido ese efecto.
on behalf of the PPE-DE Group. - Mr President, I should like to say to the Commissioner that I find myself almost speechless for once.
en nombre del Grupo del PPE-DE. - Señor Presidente, quisiera decirle al Comisario que, por una vez, me he quedado casi sin habla.
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