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dread

verb
 
/dred/
to feel worried or frightened about something that has not happened yet
몹시 무서워 하다
I’m dreading the first day at my new school. I dread seeing him again.
(Definition of dread verb from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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