Hindi translation of 'afraid'
afraid /əˈfreɪd अˈफ़्रेइड्/
1. adjective after link verb
If you are afraid of someone or afraid to do something, you are frightened because you think that something horrible is going to happen.
डरा हुआ[डरी हुई]
I was afraid of the other boys.
2. adjective after link verb
If you are afraid that something unpleasant will happen, you are worried that it may happen.
The Government is afraid of losing the election.
3. adjective after link verb
If you are afraid for someone else, you are worried that they are in danger.
She's afraid for her family back home.
When you want to disagree with someone or apologize to them in a polite way, you can say 'I'm afraid'.
I'm afraid I can't agree with you on that, John.
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Example Sentences Including 'afraid'
Perhaps even the Medalonians were afraid to share their battle plans with a Harshini magician.TREASON KEEP (2001)
She sipped her wine to hide her expression, afraid that Damin Wolfblade meant exactly what he said.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Brak hurried on, almost afraid to discover the reason for the demon child's mirth.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'afraid' in Other Languages
- Arabic: خائِف
- Brazilian Portuguese: com medo
- Chinese: 害怕
- Croatian: uplašen uplašena
- Czech: vystrašený
- Danish: bange
- Dutch: bang
- European Spanish: temeroso temerosa
- Finnish: peloissaan
- French: effrayé
- German: fürchten (sich)
- Greek: φοβισμένος φοβισμένη
- Italian: timoroso timorosa
- Japanese: ･･･が怖い
- Korean: ...을 두려워하여
- Norwegian: redd
- Polish: przestraszony przestraszona
- Portuguese: com medo
- Romanian: speriat speriată, speriați, speriate
- Russian: испуганный испуганная
- Spanish: temeroso temerosa
- Swedish: rädd
- Thai: กลัว
- Turkish: korkmuş
- Ukrainian: наляканий
- Vietnamese: sợ
Translation of afraid from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary