შეშინებული; to be afraid of - შეშინება
I'm a little afraid ცოტა მეშინია
it's the one thing I was afraid of ეს ზუსტად ისაა, რისიც მეშინოდა
I'm afraid of nothing არაფრის მეშინია
●●it's no go, I'm afraid ვშიშობ, რომ არაფერი გამოვა
I'm afraid we are for a rain ვშიშობ, გაგვიწვიმდება
I'm afraid lest he should lose his way ვშიშობ, გზა არ აებნას
he is hesitating, as though he were afraid ყოყმანობს, თითქოს ეშინიაო
I'm afraid of him მისი მეშინია
I was desperately afraid შიშისაგან ვილეოდი
I'm afraid we must count him dead ვშიშობ, რომ დაღუპულად უნდა მივიჩნიოთ
he is afraid to confront his boss თავის უფროსთან დაპირისპირებისა ეშინია
a dog is coming, and I'm afraid it means business ძაღლი მოდის და ვშიშობ, რაღაც ცუდს აპირებს
I`m not afraid of anything არაფრის მეშინია
are you afraid him? მისი გეშინია?
I’m afraid მეშინია

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  • Afraid — A*fraid , p. a. [OE. afrayed, affraide, p. p. of afraien to affray. See {Affray}, and cf. {Afeard}.] Impressed with fear or apprehension; in fear; apprehensive. [Afraid comes after the noun it limits.] Back they recoiled, afraid. Milton. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • afraid — [ə frād′] adj. [ME affraied, pp. of affraien, AFFRAY] feeling fear; frightened; apprehensive: followed by of, that, or an infinitive: often used informally to indicate regret [I m afraid I can t go] SYN. AFRAID is applied to a general feeling of… …   English World dictionary

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  • afraid — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ fearful or anxious. ● I m afraid Cf. ↑I m afraid ORIGIN from Old French afrayer disturb, startle …   English terms dictionary

  • afraid — (adj.) early 14c., originally pp. of afray frighten, from Anglo Fr. afrayer, from O.Fr. esfreer (see AFFRAY (Cf. affray) (n.)). A rare case of an English adjective that never stands before a noun. Because it was used in A.V. Bible, it acquired… …   Etymology dictionary

  • afraid — afraid; un·afraid; …   English syllables

  • afraid — [adj1] fearful abashed, aghast, alarmed, anxious, apprehensive, aroused, blanched, cowardly, cowed, daunted, discouraged, disheartened, dismayed, distressed, disturbed, faint hearted, frightened, frozen, have cold feet*, horrified, in awe,… …   New thesaurus

  • afraid — I adjective affrighted, alarmed, anxious, apprehensive, cautious, distrustful, dreading, fearful, frightened, haunted by fear, leery, nervous, scared, shrinking, terrified, terror stricken, timid, timorous, uneasy II index caitiff, leery,… …   Law dictionary

  • afraid — *fearful, apprehensive Analogous words: alarmed, scared (see FRIGHTEN): timorous, *timid Antonyms: unafraid: sanguine Contrasted words: *cool, composed, imperturbable, collected: *confident, assured, sure …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • afraid — a|fraid W2S1 [əˈfreıd] adj [not before noun] [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: Past participle of affray to frighten (14 19 centuries), from Old French affreer; AFFRAY] 1.) frightened because you think that you may get hurt or that something bad may… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • afraid — a|fraid [ ə freıd ] adjective never before noun *** 1. ) frightened, for example because you feel you are in danger: Don t be afraid, I won t hurt you. afraid of: Everyone seems to be afraid of her. He s afraid of flying. afraid to do something:… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English