Definition of 'scared'
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But there are people who are scared stiff of the idea of dying. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So the positive result left the shocked call centre worker feeling dirty and scared. The Sun (2010)How many other students would scared and nervous armed students have killed? Times, Sunday Times (2007)But she was four and scared stiff. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Maybe it is the best who should feel the most scared. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So kind of from that you get scared really easily. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He does not get scared and hide. The Sun (2016)The people on the bus must have been scared stiff when the wave hit the side of the vehicle. The Sun (2014)She says she's scared and something stops her. The Sun (2014)My wife's feeling scared and sad. The Sun (2010)He's often very scared and nervous about new things. The Sun (2009)You're fighting for your life and scared stiff with all the noise. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Maybe it's not the first time you have made her feel scared. The Sun (2014)I was so scared something would happen to her. The Sun (2013)She said: 'I was worried sick and scared. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But she means the world to me and I'm scared something will happen again. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'scared'
British English: scared /skɛəd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are scared of someone or something, you are frightened of them.
I'm certainly not scared of him.
- American English: scared
- Arabic: خائِف
- Brazilian Portuguese: assustado
- Chinese: 害怕的
- Croatian: uplašen
- Czech: vylekaný
- Danish: bange
- Dutch: bang
- European Spanish: asustado miedo
- Finnish: peloissaan
- French: effrayé
- German: verängstigt
- Greek: τρομαγμένος
- Italian: spaventato
- Japanese: 怖がった
- Korean: 겁먹은
- Norwegian: skremt
- Polish: przestraszony
- European Portuguese: assustado
- Romanian: speriat
- Russian: напуганный
- Spanish: asustado
- Swedish: rädd
- Thai: ที่น่ากลัว
- Turkish: korkmuş
- Ukrainian: переляканий
- Vietnamese: sợ hãi
Definition of scared from the Collins English Dictionary
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