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petrify

verb [T] (FRIGHTEN) 使害怕     /ˈpet.rə.faɪ/
to frighten someone a lot, especially so that they are unable to move or speak 把…吓呆,使惊呆 I think you petrified poor Jeremy - he never said a word the whole time you were here. 我想你把可怜的杰里米吓呆了,你在的时候他一句话也没说。 Frightening and scaring
(Definition of petrify verb (FRIGHTEN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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