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unnerve

verb   /ʌnˈnɜːv/
to make someone feel less confident and slightly frightened poner nervioso, desconcertar I think it unnerved me to be interviewed by so many people.2133
unnerving adjective   /-ˈnɜː.vɪŋ/
desconcertante Meeting a twin brother I didn’t know I had was an unnerving experience.2133
unnervingly adverb   /ʌnˈnɜː.vɪŋ.li/
(Definition of unnerve from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

unnerve

verb /ˌanˈneː(r)v/
to make someone feel nervous or discouraged desconcertar, turbar; amilanar, acobardar The look on his face unnerved her.
unnerving adjective
desconcertante an unnerving silence/experience.
(Definition of unnerve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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