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Translation of "frighten" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

frighten

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈfraɪ.tən/
to make someone feel fear
使害怕,使受驚
He frightens me when he drives so fast.
他開車這麽快,我很害怕。
You'll frighten the baby wearing that mask.
你戴那個面具會嚇著寶寶的。
The noise frightened me to death/out of my wits (= gave me a severe fright).
那聲音嚇得我要死/不知所措。
Frightening and scaring
Translations of “frighten”
in Korean 놀라게하다…
in Arabic يُخيف…
in Portuguese assustar…
in Catalan espantar…
in Japanese (人)を怖がらせる…
in Italian spaventare, impaurire…
in Russian пугать…
in Turkish korkutmak, ürkütmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使害怕,使受惊…
in Polish przestraszyć, przerażać…
(Definition of frighten from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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