English version

take somebody’s breath away

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake somebody’s breath awaytake somebody’s breath awayBEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGto be extremely beautiful or exciting The view from the top will take your breath away. breath
Examples from the Corpus
take somebody’s breath awayThe volatility of the top performers can take your breath away.Middle Earth took your breath away.She had taken his breath away when she appeared at the door.Some of it was charmingly primitive, some of it so exotically painted it took your breath away.The smoke took your breath away.And if they don't take your breath away the scenery certainly will.There are sunsets in huge skies to take your breath away.Just a white-hot bonding with the words and feelings in the song, a raw purity that will take your breath away.
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