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frightened

adjective
 
 
/ˈfraɪ.tənd/
feeling fear or worry
害怕的,受惊的
She gets frightened when he shouts at her.
他冲她吼时她很害怕。
The policewoman found a frightened child in the hut.
女警察在小屋里发现了一个惊恐的孩子。
Are you frightened of spiders?
你怕蜘蛛吗?
I was frightened (that) you would fall.
我担心你会掉下来。
Don't be frightened to complain if the service is bad.
如果服务不好的话要敢于投诉。
AfraidAnxious and worried
Translations of “frightened”
in Korean 겁먹은…
in Arabic خائف…
in Portuguese assustado…
in Catalan espantat…
in Japanese おびえた…
in Italian spaventato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 害怕的,受驚的…
in Russian испуганный…
in Turkish korkmuş, endişeye kapılmış, ürkmüş…
in Polish przestraszony, przerażony…
(Definition of frightened from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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