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afraid
ə'freɪd
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Filled with fear or apprehension.
  2. Filled with regret or concern; used often to soften an unpleasant statement.
  3. Feeling worry or concern or insecurity.
  4. Having feelings of aversion or unwillingness.
Hyphenationa•fraid
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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畏惧wèijùto fear; to dread; foreboding
害怕hàipàto be afraid; to be scared
担心dānxīnanxious; worried; uneasy; to worry; to be anxious
危惧wēijùafraid; apprehensive
kǒngafraid; frightened; to fear
afraid; trembling
shèafraid; be feared; to fear; to frighten; to intimidate
dié(interchangeable ) afraid; fearful; terrified, peaceful; quiet; calm; safe; secure; stable
zhēn(same as U+5507 ) to startle, to alarm; afraid; scared, to be surprised; to be amazed
zhuópainfully sad, scared; afraid; fearful, anger, melancholy; grievous; mournful; sad, to be concerned about
to walk swiftly, (same as ) scared; afraid; fearful; frightened
生怕shēngpàto fear; afraid; extremely nervous; for fear that; to avoid; so as not to
lǐncold; to shiver with cold; to tremble with fear; afraid; apprehensive; strict; stern; severe; austere; awe-inspiring; imposing; majestic
terror; terrified; afraid; frightened
língto pity; to commiserate; to have sympathy or compassion for, scared; afraid; fearful
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