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Translation of "terrify" - English-Turkish dictionary

terrify

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈterəfaɪ/
B2 to make someone feel very frightened
ödünü patlatmak, dehşete düşürmek; çok korkutmak; yüreğini ağzına getirmek
The idea of parachuting out of an aircraft terrifies me.Frightening and scaring
terrifying adjective B2
korkunç
a terrifying experience
Translations of “terrify”
in Arabic يُرعِب…
in Korean 무섭게하다…
in Malaysian menggerunkan…
in French terrifier…
in Italian terrorizzare, atterrire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使害怕,使恐懼…
in Russian пугать, внушать ужас…
in Polish przerażać…
in Vietnamese gây sợ hãi…
in Spanish aterrorizar…
in Portuguese apavorar…
in Thai ทำให้หวาดกลัว…
in German erschrecken…
in Catalan aterrir, esfereir…
in Japanese ~を怖がらせる, 脅かす…
in Indonesian membuat takut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使害怕,使恐惧…
(Definition of terrify from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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