English [ edit ]
Pronunciation [ edit ]
Adjective [ edit ]
frightened ( comparative , more frightened superlative ) most frightened
Afraid; suffering from fear.
1909, Archibald Marshall, , ch.I:
The Squire's Daughter
He tried to persuade Cicely to stay away from the ball-room for a fourth dance.
[… ] But she said she must go back, and when they joined the crowd again her partner was haled off with a frightened look to the royal circle, […].
Translations [ edit ]
afraid, suffering from fear
kaget (id) Italian:
allarmato , (it) spaurito (it) Japanese:
怖い ( (ja) こわい, kowai) Jèrriais:
, territus , perterritus , exterritus , proterritus , formīdulōsus , timefactus , excītus , pavefactus , gelātus pallidus Luxembourgish:
baang Old English:
amedrontado , (pt) assustado , (pt) assombrado (pt) Romanian:
temător (ro) , m speriat (ro) m Russian:
испу́ганный ( (ru) ispúgannyj) Scots:
, feart , fleyed , frichtent , scart scarred Sicilian:
scantatu (scn) Spanish:
atemorizado (es) m
Synonyms [ edit ]
simple past tense and past participle of frighten