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dread

noun /dred/
great fear She lives in dread of her child being drowned in the canal His voice was husky with dread. dreadful adjective terrible a dreadful accident. very bad or annoying What dreadful children! dreadfulness noun the dreadfulness of terrorism. dreadfully adverb extremely
terriblemente
dreadfully ill dreadfully clever.
Translations of “dread”
in Arabic رَهبة, فَزع…
in Korean 몹시 무서움…
in Malaysian sangat takut…
in French terreur…
in Turkish dehşet, korku…
in Italian terrore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 恐懼,害怕, 憂慮…
in Russian страх, ужас…
in Polish strach…
in Vietnamese sự khiếp sợ…
in Portuguese medo, pavor…
in Thai ความหวาดกลัว…
in German die Furcht…
in Catalan pànic…
in Japanese 恐怖, 不安…
in Indonesian ketakutan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恐惧,害怕, 忧虑…
(Definition of dread from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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