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scare

verb [T]
 
 
/skeər/
to frighten a person or animal
przestraszyć, wystraszyć
Sudden, loud noises scare me.Frightening and scaring
scare the hell/life/living daylights, etc out of sb informal to make someone feel very frightened
śmiertelnie kogoś przestraszyć
→  See also scare/frighten sb out of their wits Afraid
Translations of “scare”
in Korean 놀래키다…
in Arabic يَخاف…
in French faire peur (à)…
in Italian spaventare, far paura a…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)驚恐,(使)害怕, 受驚嚇,感到害怕…
in Russian пугать…
in Turkish korkutmak…
in Spanish asustar…
in Portuguese assustar…
in German erschrecken…
in Catalan espantar…
in Japanese ~を怖がらせる, おびえさせる…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)惊恐,(使)害怕, 受惊吓,感到害怕…
(Definition of scare verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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