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uk   us   /ˈfraɪ.tənd/
B1 feelingfear or ​worry: She gets frightened when he ​shouts at her. The ​policeofficerfound a frightened ​child in the ​hut. Are you frightened ofspiders? I was frightened (that) you would ​fall. Don't be frightened tocomplain if the ​service is ​bad.
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Translations of “frightened”
in Arabic خائف…
in Korean 겁먹은…
in Portuguese assustado…
in Catalan espantat…
in Japanese おびえた…
in Chinese (Simplified) 害怕的,受惊的…
in Turkish korkmuş, endişeye kapılmış, ürkmüş…
in Russian испуганный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 害怕的,受驚的…
in Italian spaventato…
in Polish przestraszony, przerażony…
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