Traducción de scared en Español:


asustado, adj.

Pronunciación /skɛrd//skɛːd/


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    I'm scared tengo miedo
    • don't be scared no tengas miedo
    • to be scared of sth/sb tenerle miedo a algo/algn
    • I'm scared of rats les tengo miedo a las ratas
    • I think she's scared of him me parece que le tiene miedo
    • to be scared of-ing tener miedo de + inf
    • they're scared of losing their jobs tienen miedo de perder sus puestos
    • to be scared to + inf
    • she's scared to go out at night le da miedo salir de noche
    • to run scared pasar miedo
    • Hazel nodded, a bit scared of what was going on.
    • I cannot speak for him, but I was still scared stiff.
    • You may be perfectly fine, but Mom's scared to death.
    • She stopped dead in her tracks like a scared rabbit when she saw us.
    • I think in a lot of hip hop these days people are kind of scared to venture out and do different things.
    • I was kind of scared he'd attack me, and I'm deathly shy around adults I don't know.
    • As they travelled down to the place where the car was meant to be, Amy couldn't help but feel incredibly scared and nervous.
    • I'm telling you this because I am struggling to understand why my new sales team seem so scared of me.
    • She was not scared of heights, either.
    • The first thing I told her was to make sure that her parents knew but she said no because she was too scared.
    • Either he's scared of being caught lying, or he feels very comfortable with truth.
    • Scarlett just stood beside me, watching all the other scared freshman pile into the gym.
    • It was odd how dressing unusually could cause people to feel scared and intimidated of you.
    • I think sometimes people get scared and defensive if they don't understand something.
    • I knew where he was, and I was worried and scared that it would be too much for him.
    • She had a really scared look on her face.
    • He continued down the path, wondering what the rumbling meant and why people were so scared of it.
    • He said the experience has made him frightened of walking in the town and scared of police - even though he has done nothing wrong.
    • Many on-lookers at the bar and on the dance floor stopped to look at the scene with scared eyes.
    • I can't remember when I first started getting scared of going to the dentist.