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Translation of "terrify" - English-Spanish dictionary

terrify

verb   /ˈter·ə·faɪ/
to make someone feel very frightened aterrar, aterrorizar Snakes terrify me.
(Definition of terrify from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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
(Definition of terrify from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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