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alarm

noun /əˈlaːm/
something that gives warning of danger, attracts attention etc
alarma
Sound the alarm! a fire-alarm (also adjective) an alarm clock.
sudden fear
alarma, susto
We did not share her alarm at the suggestion.
an alarm clock
Alarma
Did you set the alarm?
alarming adjective disturbing or causing fear
alarmante
We had some alarming news about Bob. Apparently, he is seriously ill.
alarmingly adverb
alarmantemente, de forma alarmante
The disease is spreading at an alarmingly fast rate.
alarmist adjective making people worried and fearful unnecessarily
Alarmista
The media have been accused of creating an alarmist reaction all over the country.
alarm clock noun a clock that makes a noise to wake you up at a particular time
Despertador
Sheila forgot to set the alarm clock.
(Definition of alarm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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