Übersetzung von “scare” — Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch

scare

verb uk /skeər/ us /skeər/ present participle scaring, past tense and past participle scared

to frighten a person or animal

asustar
Sudden loud noises scare me.
noun uk /skeər/ us /skeər/

a sudden feeling of fear or worry

susto
The earthquake gave us a scare.

a situation that worries or frightens people

amenaza
a public health scare

(Übersetzung von “scare” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)

scare

verb /skeə/

to startle or frighten

asustar
You’ll scare the baby if you shout
His warning scared her into obeying him.
scared adjective

frightened

que tiene miedo, asustado, atemorizado
I’m scared of spiders
a scared little girl.
scary adjective (comparative scarier, superlative scariest)

frightening

Que da Miedo
a scary film/story.
scarecrow noun

a figure set up eg in a field, to scare away birds and stop them eating the seeds etc.

espantapájaros
scaremonger noun

a person who spreads alarming rumours/rumors.

alarmista
scare away phrasal verb ( scare off)

to make go away or stay away because of fear

ahuyentar; mantenerse alejado
The birds were scared away by the dog.

(Übersetzung von “scare” aus dem PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)