terrified Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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terrifiedadjective

uk   us   /ˈter.ə.faɪd/
B1 very ​frightened: He ​huddled in the ​corner like a terrified ​child. I'm terrified of the ​dark. She's terrified (that) her ​mother might ​find out her ​secret.
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