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fright
fraɪt
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. An emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger (usually accompanied by a desire to flee or fight).
(动) As a verb
  1. Cause fear in.
Hyphenationfright
Part of Speech(名) noun
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害怕hàipàto be afraid; to be scared
恐怖kǒngbùterrible; frightful; frightening; terror; terrorist
惊恐jīngkǒngto be alarmed; to be frightened
rǎnbrittle and friable, fear; dread; fright; scare
qiāfear; dread; fright; scare, crafty; low cunning
kǒng(same as ) fear; dread; fright; scare, (with reference to an unpleasant fact) probably; perhaps; maybe; possible; to threaten; to blackmail
gǒngscared; terrified, fear; dread; fright
pángfear; dread; fright; scare
xiàndifficult intention, difficult idea or sentiment, weakened volition; dejected, fear; scare; fright
fear; dread; fright; scare, sad; sorrowful; mournful
qiè(same as ) lacking in courage; cowardly, nervous; socially timid; fright
luxuriant; lush of grass and trees, (same as ) bright; glowing, brilliant; glorious, (same as ) angry, fear; dread; fright; scare
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