Definition of 'intimidate'
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That's why I let you intimidate me the last time I tried to question you. THE UNORTHODOX MURDER OF RABBI MOSS (2001)Female armour to intimidate the mere male that Adam Peters was. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2001)
Yeah, he wants to follow close, but I can intimidate him real easy, and he won't like that. WITHOUT REMORSE (2001)
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Translations for 'intimidate'
British English: intimidate /ɪnˈtɪmɪˌdeɪt/ VERB
To intimidate someone means to frighten them, sometimes as a deliberate way of making them do something.
Many people feel intimidated by these teenage gangs.
- American English: intimidate
- Arabic: يُرْهِبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: intimidar
- Chinese: 胁迫
- Croatian: prestrašiti
- Czech: zastrašit
- Danish: intimidere
- Dutch: intimideren
- European Spanish: intimidar
- Finnish: pelotella
- French: intimider
- German: einschüchtern
- Greek: εκφοβίζω
- Italian: intimidire
- Japanese: おじけづかせる
- Korean: 위협하다
- Norwegian: true
- Polish: onieśmielić
- European Portuguese: intimidar
- Romanian: a intimida
- Russian: запугивать
- Spanish: intimidar
- Swedish: skrämma
- Thai: ข่มขู่คุกคาม
- Turkish: gözünü korkutmak
- Ukrainian: залякувати
- Vietnamese: đe dọa
Definition of intimidate from the Collins English Dictionary
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