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terrify

verb /ˈterifai/ ( past tense, past perfect terrified)
to make very frightened
aterrorizar
She was terrified by his appearance.
terrific /təˈrifik/ adjective marvellous/marvelous; wonderful
fantástico, maravilloso, fabuloso
a terrific party.
very great, powerful etc
tremendo
He gave the ball a terrific kick.
terrifically /təˈrifikəli/ adverb very (much)
muchísimo
She enjoyed herself terrifically.
terrified adjective
aterrorizado
The terrified little girl screamed.
terrifying adjective
aterrador, espantoso
Translations of “terrify”
in Korean 무섭게하다…
in Arabic يُرعِب…
in French terrifier…
in Italian terrorizzare, atterrire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使害怕,使恐懼…
in Russian пугать, внушать ужас…
in Turkish ödünü patlatmak, dehşete düşürmek, çok korkutmak…
in Polish przerażać…
in Portuguese apavorar…
in German erschrecken…
in Catalan aterrir, esfereir…
in Japanese ~を怖がらせる, 脅かす…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使害怕,使恐惧…
(Definition of terrify from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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