How to Sharpen your language skills no 2

Idiom: To be taken aback. This means to be disconcerted. to be unpleasantly surprised.

We are taken aback when someone suddenly or unexpectedly says or does something.

Ex. I was taken aback by what he said at the meeting about our project. I did not expect him to say that

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