English translation of 'timoroso'
'timoroso' in Other Languages
British English: afraid /əˈfreɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are afraid of someone or afraidto do something, you are frightened because you think that something horrible is going to happen.
I was afraid of the other boys.
- American English: afraid
- Arabic: خائِف
- Brazilian Portuguese: com medo
- Chinese: 害怕
- Croatian: uplašen
- Czech: vystrašený
- Danish: bange
- Dutch: bang
- European Spanish: temeroso
- Finnish: peloissaan
- French: effrayé
- German: fürchten (sich)
- Greek: φοβισμένος
- Italian: timoroso
- Japanese: ･･･が怖い
- Korean: ...을 두려워하여
- Norwegian: redd
- Polish: przestraszony
- European Portuguese: com medo
- Romanian: speriat
- Russian: испуганный
- Spanish: temeroso
- Swedish: rädd
- Thai: กลัว
- Turkish: korkmuş
- Ukrainian: наляканий
- Vietnamese: sợ
British English: fearful ADJECTIVE
If you are fearful of something, you are afraid of it.
Bankers were fearful of a world banking crisis.
British English: timid ADJECTIVE
Timid people are shy, nervous, and have no courage or confidence in themselves.
A timid child, she had learned obedience at an early age.
Translation of timoroso from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary