Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de apprehensive

(adjetivo) 
Definition
fearful or anxious about the future
People are still terribly apprehensive about the future.
Sinónimos
anxious
She admitted she was still anxious about the situation.
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concerned
I've been very concerned about the situation.
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worried
I'm not worried about the future.
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afraid
She did not seem at all afraid.
He's afraid to sleep in his own bedroom.
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alarmed
They should not be too alarmed by the press reports.
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nervous
I get very nervous when I'm in the house alone at night.
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suspicious
He has his father's suspicious nature.
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uneasy
He looked uneasy and refused to answer questions.
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fearful
I had often been very fearful and isolated.
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disquieted
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twitchy (informal)
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mistrustful
Fletcher had become taciturn and mistrustful of the media.
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antsy (informal)
Antónimos

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of afraid
Definition
feeling fear or apprehension
She did not seem at all afraid.He's afraid to sleep in his own bedroom.
Sinónimos
shaken,
startled,
timorous (literary),
scared shitless (taboo, slang),
shit-scared (taboo, slang)
in the sense of alarmed
They should not be too alarmed by the press reports.
Sinónimos
shocked,
startled,
dismayed,
unnerved,
in a panic
in the sense of concerned
Definition
worried or anxious
I've been very concerned about the situation.
Sinónimos

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