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horror

noun
 
 
/ˈhɒr.ər/ US  /ˈhɔːr.ɚ/
[U] an extremely strong feeling of fear and shock, or the frightening and shocking character of something
恐懼;震驚;(…的)震驚性,恐怖性
The crowd cried out in horror as the car burst into flames.
當汽車突然起火時,人群發出一陣驚恐的叫聲。
The thought of speaking in front of so many people fills me with horror.
一想到要在那麼多人面前講話,我心裡就不由得一陣害怕。
I then realized to my absolute horror, that I had forgotten the present.
那時我驚恐地意識到,我把禮物給忘了。
What the book does convey very successfully is the horror of war.
那本書的確成功描繪出戰爭的恐怖。
Fear and phobiasAnxiety and worry - general words
horrors [plural] things that are very shocking or frightening
威脅;令人震驚的事
The population now faces the horrors of starvation.
人們現在正面臨著飢餓的威脅。
Nuclear war is one of the horrors that face the modern world.
核子戰爭是當今世介面臨的幾大威脅之一。
Serious and unpleasantNot attractive to look atInformal words for bad
[C] UK informal a child who behaves very badly
淘氣鬼,搗蛋鬼
Her youngest boy is a little horror.
她最小的兒子是個小淘氣。
Unpleasant people in generalUnpleasant men
Translations of “horror”
in Korean 공포…
in Arabic رُعْب…
in French horreur, monstre…
in Italian orrore…
in Russian ужас…
in Turkish dehşet, korku…
in Polish przerażenie, groza, okropność…
in Spanish horror, monstruo…
in Portuguese horror…
in German das Entsetzen, der Greuel…
in Catalan horror…
in Japanese 恐怖, 戦慄(りつ)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恐惧, 震惊, (…的)震惊性,恐怖性…
(Definition of horror from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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