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Translation of "fright" - English-Spanish dictionary

fright

noun [no plural]   /fraɪt/
a sudden feeling of shock and fear susto, miedo She was shaking with fright.
(Definition of fright from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fright

noun /frait/
a sudden fear susto The noise gave me a terrible fright.
a person who looks ridiculous adefesio, espantajo She looks a fright in those clothes.
frighten verb
to make (someone) afraid asustar She was frightened by a large dog.
frightened adjective
asustado He had a frightened expression on her face.
frightful adjective
terrible or frightening horroroso I had a frightful experience.
very bad espantoso He is a frightful liar.
frightening adjective
espantoso, aterrador Being mugged was a frightening experience.
frightfully adverb
very terriblemente He’s frightfully clever.
take fright
to become frightened usually suddenly and quickly asustarse de She took fright and ran away.
(Definition of fright from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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