Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Speechless"

The meaning of "Speechless" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You left me speechless mean?
A: You surprised me or astonished me to the point I couldn't speak.
Q: What does speechless mean?
A: Shocked.
Q: What does she couldn't be speechless anymore. mean?
A: She had to speak now
Q: What does speechless mean?
A: Unable to talk because you are surprised in a good or bad way
Q: What does speechless mean?
A: Significa que não tem as palavras para expressar seus sentimentos. Ou vocé está chocado demais para falar.

Example sentences using "Speechless"

Q: Please show me example sentences with speechless.
A: I was speechless after I got my test results.

I was speechless after watching the movie.


My family was speechless when they saw my grades.
Q: Please show me example sentences with speechless.
A: Her stupidity left me speechless

After Mr Prodman's speech, all the students were left speechless with awe

I'm speechless. You're just refusing to listen to reason
Q: Please show me example sentences with speechless.
A: Your beauty left me speechless.

Synonyms of "Speechless" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between speechless and wordless ?
A: Speechless and wordless are very similar. They don’t have much of a different meaning. They both mean that you are too shocked (either from excitement or another feeling) to speak. Speech is a whole text so “speechless” I guess would just have a greater effect in a sentence like “I am speechless”
Q: What is the difference between speechless and unspoken ?
A: What she said^

No one uses the word unspoken, though.

Speechless is very common.

"I'm speechless!"
"I'm speechless that he said that to me!"

Unspoken isn't commonly used or natural.
Q: What is the difference between speechless and dumbfounded ?
A: people are more likely to say im speechless than im dumbfounded, but they mean pretty much the same thing! 어이없다
Q: What is the difference between I was speechless. and I became speechless. ?
A: Keep in mind speechless is an adjective and not a verb. I'm not sure how good the Japanese below is, but hopefully it helps.

I was speechless 「絶句だった。」
I became speechless 「絶句になった。」

Translations of "Speechless"

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Other questions about "Speechless"

Q: You leave me speechless.
You leave me without saying goodbye.

Are both correct?
A: The first one is correct!

For the second, it would be more correct to say: “You left me without saying goodbye” OR “You left without saying goodbye”
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Q: is( speechless) means unable to speak
and if I say to someone this word is it means shot up
it has many meanings isn't it ?!
A: speechless means can't speak but shut up means don't talk
Q: Utterly speechless view
絶景に絶句
ぜっけいにぜっく

As an SNS photo caption.
絶対的に美しい景色に言葉を失うこと。

does this sound natural?
A: I think "breathtaking" is a better word for describing beautiful views and landscapes. So, "An utterly breathtaking view" should be okay :)

"Speechless" is often used when you are shocked about something. E.g. If your partner completely changed the interior of your house and made it more beautiful, then you could be left speechless because of how shocked you are at the sudden change.

If you want, you can DESCRIBE the picture saying "This breathtaking view left me speechless/lost for words" for example.

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