Sinónimos de apprehension
anxiety or dreadIt reflects real anger and apprehension about the future.
His voice was full of anxiety.
The move follows growing public concern over the spread of the disease.
His fear might be groundless.
His last years were overshadowed by financial worry.
Where there is doubt, may we bring faith.
The news was greeted with alarm by MPs.
Our culture harbours deep suspicions of big-time industry.
She thought with dread of the cold winters to come.
He tried to appear casual, but he couldn't conquer his unease.
There was mutual mistrust between the two men.
She had some misgivings about what she was about to do.
There is growing public disquiet.
He had an unshakable premonition that he would die.
It was with some trepidation that I viewed the prospect.
an uneasy sense of foreboding
I felt a great uneasiness about meeting her again.
the act of arrestinginformation leading to the apprehension of the alleged killer
information leading to the arrest of the bombers
The shooting happened while the man was trying to evade capture.
a mass seizure of hostages
understandingthe sudden apprehension of something
They have to have a basic understanding of computers.
the quest for scientific knowledge
She's a woman of exceptional intelligence.
her perception of the feeling was strong
They have a good grasp of foreign languages.
The situation was utterly beyond her comprehension.
Some of his ideas about democracy are entirely his own.
It is my thought that the situation will be resolved.
You should make your views known to your local MP.
Most who expressed an opinion spoke favourably of her.
It is my belief that a common ground can be found.
She added that the concept of arranged marriages is misunderstood in the west.
My impression is that they are totally out of control.
the notion that musical ability is present from birth
He has a realistic notion of his capabilities.
The Foreign Secretary echoed this sentiment.
The symphony is admirable in its conception.
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in the sense of alarm
fear aroused by awareness of dangerThe news was greeted with alarm by MPs.
in the sense of apprehensiveness
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