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 Translation for 'to be afraid' from English to Bulgarian
to be afraid {verb}страхувам се
3 Words
to be afraid of {verb}страх ме е от
Partial Matches
afraid {adj} [predic.]изплашен
театр
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? [Edward Albee]
Кой се страхува от Вирджиния Улф? [Едуард Олби]
to be {verb}съм
to be done {verb}готов съм
to be cold {verb}студено ми е
to be hot {verb}горещо ми е
химия
beryllium {noun} <Be>
берилий {м} <Be>
to be imminent {verb}предстои [несв.]
to be thirsty {verb}жаден съм
to be wrong {verb}заблуждавам се
геог.
Belgium {noun} <.be>
Белгия {ж}
to be delusional {verb} заблуждавам се [лъжа се, въобразявам си]
to be mistaken {verb} греша [несв.] [заблуждавам се, лъжа се]
to be able {verb}мога
to be scared {verb}страхувам се
to be ashamed of {verb}срамувам се от
to be on time {verb}точен съм
to be on time {verb}на време съм
to come to be {verb}възниквам
to be a given {verb}съм даденост [реалност]
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Usage Examples English
  • It is also believed that demons torment people during their life or through demonic possession or simply by showing themselves before persons to frighten them or by provoking visions that could induce people to sin or to be afraid.
  • He tells her there's nothing to be afraid of but is then mauled by a zombified Jughead.
  • These individuals appear humble, cheerful, and this shows a certain strength not to boast about feats and not to be afraid of anti-feats.
  • During martial law, Laurel enaged in fiery speeches that exhorted the people not to be afraid and to join him in the fight to restore democracy.
  • One way of inculcating such extreme self-control was by encouraging a sort of fatalism among the troops: soldiers were told not to be afraid of battle, since if God wanted them to survive then nothing could harm them, and conversely if He had decreed that they were to die then death would come even if they tried to flee.

  • Additionally, it is a tradition that teaches children not to be afraid of death.
  • It concerns a boy so stupid he had never learned to be afraid.
  • From an electric chair, Zangara sings his refusal to be afraid and that he hadn't cared whom he killed as long as it was one of the men who control the money.
  • Weiss wrote: "He seems to be afraid of the female figure and cannot have intercourse with her first but must kill her before he can do it."
  • Many Osakans claim to be afraid to set foot in the area.

  • Learning not to be afraid of the ghosts he sees, Cole begins to fit in at school and is cast as the lead in the school play, with the ghost of a dead teacher helping coach him.
  • In the poem, the speaker observes "A little Morgan" colt who has been left out in a mountain pasture during winter and seems to be afraid of the falling snow.
  • For children, not understanding what really to be afraid of, these dreams portend some pain and disturbance lurking into the landscape.
  • He was reported to be afraid of flying. His death caused mourning that swept the entire nation and dominated news coverage for many days.
  • While at stud at Calumet Farm, he was said to be afraid of owner Lucille P. Markey's Yorkshire Terrier Timmy Tammy. The dog reportedly nipped at him on several occasions.

  • Gilliam tells his crew not to be afraid to tell him that something is too complicated or expensive to be done, because he needs to be restrained sometimes.
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