English translation of 'alarmant'
Example Sentences Including 'alarmant'
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Il est même alarmant pour la France, dont le potentiel scientifique apparaît en perte de vitesse.Le Monde (2002)
Un chiffre alarmant sachant que de chaque emploi à Wall Street dépend 1, 2 autre emploi.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
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'alarmant' in Other Languages
British English: alarming /əˈlɑːmɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is alarming makes you feel afraid or anxious that something unpleasant or dangerous might happen.
The statistics were even more alarming.
- American English: alarming
- Arabic: مُفْزِع
- Brazilian Portuguese: alarmante
- Chinese: 令人担忧
- Croatian: uznemirujući
- Czech: znepokojivý
- Danish: alarmerende
- Dutch: alarmerend
- European Spanish: alarmante
- Finnish: hälyttävä
- French: alarmant
- German: beunruhigend
- Greek: ανησυχητικός
- Italian: allarmante
- Japanese: 警戒心をいだかせる
- Korean: 놀라운
- Norwegian: urovekkende
- Polish: zatrważający
- European Portuguese: alarmante
- Romanian: alarmant
- Russian: тревожный
- Spanish: alarmante
- Swedish: oroväckande
- Thai: ซึ่งน่าตกใจ
- Turkish: ürkütücü
- Ukrainian: тривожний
- Vietnamese: đáng ngại
Translation of alarmant from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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