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Translation of "terror" - English-Spanish dictionary

terror

noun /ˈterə/
very great fear terror, pavor She screamed with/in terror She has a terror of spiders.
something which makes one very afraid terror, horror The terrors of war.
a troublesome person, especially a child diablillo That child is a real terror!
terrorism noun
the actions or methods of terrorists terrorismo international terrorism.
terrorist noun
a person who tries to frighten people or governments into doing what he/she wants by using or threatening violence terrorista The plane was hijacked by terrorists ( also adjective) terrorist activities.
terrorize verb ( ( also terroriseBritish))
to make very frightened by using or threatening violence aterrorizar, atemorizar A lion escaped from the zoo and terrorized the whole town.
terrorization noun ( ( also terrorisationBritish))
terror
terror-stricken adjective
feeling very great fear aterrorizado, atemorizado The children were terror-stricken.
(Definition of terror from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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