(=impresión repentina) fright, scare
¡qué susto! what a fright!
dar un susto a algn to give sb a fright o scare
darse o pegarse un susto * to have a fright, get scared (EEUU)
caerse del susto to be frightened o scared to death
meter un susto a algn * to put the wind up sb *
MODISMOS no ganar para sustos * este año no ganamos para sustos it's been one setback after another this year
MODISMOS no pasó del susto it was less serious than was at first thought
(=crisis nerviosa) nervous breakdown
3 el susto hum, en restaurante the bill
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