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dread

noun   /dred/
a strong feeling of fear or worry pavor a dread of being lonely
verb   /dred/
to feel worried or frightened about something that has not happened yet tener pavor a I’m dreading the first day at my new school. I dread seeing him again.
(Definition of dread from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dread

noun /dred/
great fear terror She lives in dread of her child being drowned in the canal His voice was husky with dread.
dreadful adjective
terrible terrible a dreadful accident.
very bad or annoying terrible What dreadful children!
dreadfulness noun
terror, horror the dreadfulness of terrorism.
dreadfully adverb
extremely terriblemente dreadfully ill dreadfully clever.
(Definition of dread from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dread”
in Korean 몹시 무서움…
in Arabic رَهبة, فَزع…
in Malaysian sangat takut…
in French terreur…
in Russian страх, ужас…
in Chinese (Traditional) 恐懼,害怕, 憂慮…
in Italian terrore…
in Turkish dehşet, korku…
in Polish strach…
in Vietnamese sự khiếp sợ…
in Portuguese medo, pavor…
in Thai ความหวาดกลัว…
in German die Furcht…
in Catalan pànic…
in Japanese 恐怖, 不安…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恐惧,害怕, 忧虑…
in Indonesian ketakutan…
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