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fear

verb [T]
 
 
/fɪər/
B2 to be worried or frightened that something bad might happen or might have happened
korkmak, ürpermek, endişelenmek
[+ (that)] Police fear that the couple may have drowned.Afraid
B2 to be frightened of something or someone unpleasant
kaygılanmak, endişe duymak, korkmak
Most older employees fear unemployment.Afraid
fear the worst B2 If you fear the worst, you are frightened that an unpleasant situation will become much worse.
en kötüsü olmasından korkmak, endişe duymak
When there was no sign of the children, rescuers feared the worst.Afraid
(Definition of fear verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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