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Translation of "afraid" - English-Spanish dictionary

afraid

adjective   /əˈfreɪd/
be afraid (of something)
A2 to feel fear or worry tener miedo (de algo) I’m afraid of big dogs. They were afraid that their son would get hurt.
I’m afraid (that)…
A2 used to politely tell someone something bad or to politely disagree with someone me temo que… I’m afraid that we can’t come to your party.
(Definition of afraid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

afraid

adjective /əˈfreid/
feeling fear or being frightened (of a person, thing etc) temeroso, con miedo The child is not afraid of the dark She was afraid to go to the dentist.
sorry (to have to say that) sentir, lamentar, temer I’m afraid I don’t agree with you.
worried about something Preocupado He was afraid of disappointing her.
(Definition of afraid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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