faze

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To frighten or cause hesitation; to daunt, put off (usually used in the negative), to perturb, to disconcert

Jumping out of an airplane does not faze him, yet he is afraid to ride a roller coaster.

If something fazes you, it surprises, shocks, or frightens you, so that you do not know what to do. Big concert halls do not faze Melanie. To disrupt the composure of; disconcert. See Synonyms at embarrass. if a new or difficult situation fazes you, it makes you feel confused or shocked, so that you do not know what to do (feeze , from fesian)
{f} frighten, disturb (Slang)
disturb the composure of
To frighten or cause hesitation; to daunt, put off (usually used in the negative)
fazed
past of faze
fazed
caused to show discomposure; "refused to be fazed by the objections"
fazes
third-person singular of faze
fazing
present participle of faze
faze

    التركية النطق

    feyz

    النطق

    /ˈfāz/ /ˈfeɪz/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'fAz ] (transitive verb.) 1830. From English dialectal (Kentish) feeze, feese (“to frighten, alarm, discomfit”), from Middle English fesen (“to drive away, frighten away, put to flight”), from Old English fēsan, fȳsan (“to send forth, impel, stimulate, drive away, put into flight, banish, hasten, prepare oneself”), from Proto-Germanic *funsijanan (“to predispose, make favourable, make ready”), from Proto-Indo-European *pent- (“to walk, go”). Cognate with Old Saxon fūsian (“to strive”), Old Norse fýsa (“to drive, goad, admonish”).

    الازمنة

    fazes, fazing, fazed

    كلمة اليوم

    logogram
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