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alarmedadjective

uk   /əˈlɑːmd/  us   /-lɑːrmd/

alarmed adjective (PERSON)

[after verb] worried or ​frightened by something: I was a ​bit alarmed at/by how much ​weight she'd ​lost. [+ to infinitive] I was alarmed tohear that she was coming. [+ that] I'm ​rather alarmed that we haven't ​heard anything.

alarmed adjective (VEHICLE)

An alarmed ​vehicle or ​place has an alarm in it that, when ​active, will make a ​loudnoise if anyone ​enters or ​touches it: Warning: this ​building is alarmed.
(Definition of alarmed from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “alarmed”
in Chinese (Simplified) 担心, 被某事物吓怕或困扰…
in Turkish bir şey tarafından korkutulmuş, endişelenmiş…
in Russian встревоженный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擔心, 被某事物嚇怕或困擾…
in Polish zaniepokojony…
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