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dread

verb [T] uk   us   /dred/
C2 to feel extremely worried or frightened about something that is going to happen or that might happen: He's dreading the exam - he's sure he's going to fail. [+ -ing verb] I'm dreading having to meet his parents.dread to think C2 used to say that you do not want to think about something because it is too worrying: I dread to think what would happen if he was left to cope on his own.
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dread

noun [U] uk   us   /dred/
a strong feeling of fear or worry: The prospect of working full-time fills me with dread. I live in dread of bumping into her in the street.
dread
adjective [before noun] uk   us   formal
The dread spectre of civil war looms over the country.
dreaded
adjective [before noun] uk   us   /ˈdred.ɪd/ humorous
My dreaded cousin is coming to stay!
Traducciones de “dread”
en árabe رَهبة, فَزع…
en coreano 몹시 무서움…
in Malaysian sangat takut…
en francés terreur…
en turco dehşete kapılmak, korkmak, ödü kopmak…
en italiano terrore…
en chino (tradicionál) 對…感到恐懼, 害怕, 擔心…
en ruso бояться, страшиться…
en polaco obawiać się, bać się…
in Vietnamese sự khiếp sợ…
en español terror…
en portugués medo, pavor…
in Thai ความหวาดกลัว…
en alemán die Furcht…
en catalán pànic…
en japonés 恐怖, 不安…
in Indonesian ketakutan…
en chino (simplificado) 对…感到恐惧, 害怕, 担心…
(Definition of dread from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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