English translation of 'paniquer'
Verb Table intransitive verb
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Example Sentences Including 'paniquer'
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Chaque jour, la radio prodigue des conseils pour inciter les parents à ne pas paniquer, et à jouer avec leurs enfants.Le Monde (1999)
Je me suis dit qu'il fallait aller la chercher, sans paniquer.Libération (2002)
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'paniquer' in Other Languages
British English: panic /ˈpænɪk/ VERB
If you panic, or if someone or something panics you, you become anxious or afraid, and act without thinking carefully.
I panicked when the spider fell onto my knee.
- American English: panic
- Arabic: يُصِيبُ بِالْذُّعْرِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: entrar em pânico
- Chinese: 惊慌
- Croatian: paničariti
- Czech: panikařit
- Danish: gå i panik
- Dutch: in paniek raken
- European Spanish: entrar en pánico
- Finnish: joutua paniikkiin
- French: paniquer
- German: in Panik geraten
- Greek: πανικοβάλλομαι
- Italian: lasciarsi prendere dal panico
- Japanese: うろたえる
- Korean: 공포에 사로잡히다
- Norwegian: få panikk
- Polish: spanikować
- European Portuguese: entrar em pânico
- Romanian: a se panica
- Russian: паниковать
- Spanish: entrar en pánico
- Swedish: gripas av panik
- Thai: ทำให้ตื่นตกใจ
- Turkish: paniğe kapılmak
- Ukrainian: панікувати
- Vietnamese: hoảng sợ
Translation of paniquer from the Collins French to English
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