amazed
adj.

1) amazed at, by (he was amazed at what he saw)

2) amazed to + inf. (she was amazed to see the results of the research)

3) amazed that + clause (we were amazed that he agreed so quickly)

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[ə'meɪzd]
by (he was amazed at what lie saw)
amazed at
amazed to + inf. (she was amazed to see the results of the research)
amazed that + clause (we were amazed that he agreed so quickly)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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