horrify

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} sarsmak
şoke etmek
korkutmak
korkut
dehşete uğratmak
{f} dehşete düşürmek
{f} şok etkisi yapmak
{f} rezalet çıkarmak
horrified
{s} dehşete düşmüş

Mary dehşete düşmüş görünüyordu. - Mary looked horrified.

Tom dehşete düşmüş olmalı. - Tom must've been horrified.

horrified
{s} dehşete kapılmış

Onun ebeveynleri dehşete kapılmıştı. - His parents were horrified.

Tom dehşete kapılmış görünüyordu. - Tom looked horrified.

horrified
dehşete düşmek
horrifying
korkulu
horrifying
ürkünç
horrifying
korkunç

O korkunç bir düşünce. - That's a horrifying thought.

Araba kazası olay yeri korkunç bir manzaraydı. - The scene of the car accident was a horrifying sight.

horrifying
korkutma
horrification
dehşete düşme
horrified
{f} korkut
horrifying
{f} korkut
horrified
korkmuş
horrifying
korkutarak
Englisch - Englisch
To cause to feel extreme apprehension or unease; to cause to experience horror

The haunted house was horrifying, from one room to the next I felt more and more like I wasn’t going to survive.

fill with apprehension or alarm; cause to be unpleasantly surprised; "I was horrified at the thought of being late for my interview"; "The news of the executions horrified us"
{f} cause to feel horror; mortify, make aghast, shock
To cause to feel horror; to strike or impress with horror; as, the sight horrified the beholders
If someone is horrified, they feel shocked or disgusted, usually because of something that they have seen or heard. His family were horrified by the change. a crime trend that will horrify all parents. = appal + horrified hor·ri·fied When I saw these figures I was horrified. to make someone feel very shocked and upset or afraid
horrified
Simple past tense and past participle of horrify
horrified
Struck with horror

No one was more horrified than Chauncey Goodrich, scion of an old, elite family in Hartford.

horrifying
Tending to inspire horror; that horrifies; horrific

Jon & Kate Plus 8 is a show based on two facts: 1) Jon and Kate Gosselin have eight children, and 2) the word ‘Kate’ rhymes with the word ‘eight’. One suspects that if Kate were ever to have another child, a shady network executive would urge her to put it in a binbag with a brick and drop it down a well. But this is just a horrifying tangent.

horrification
That which causes horror
horrified
past of horrify
horrified
stricken with horror
horrified
{s} shocked, struck with horror; frightened; showing great horror
horrifying
present participle of horrify
horrifying
that horrifies; horrific
horrifying
If you describe something as horrifying, you mean that it is shocking or disgusting. These were horrifying experiences The scale of the problem is horrifying. = appalling + horrifyingly hor·ri·fy·ing·ly horrifyingly high levels of infant mortality. extremely bad, especially in a way that is frightening or upsetting = horrific
horrifying
provoking horror; "an atrocious automobile accident"; "a frightful crime of decapitation"; "an alarming, even horrifying, picture"; "war is beyond all words horrible"- Winston Churchill; "an ugly wound"
horrifyingly
in a horrifying manner; "he laughed horrifyingly"
horrifyingly
in a horrifying manner; "he laughed horrifyingly
horrifyingly
frightfully, in a manner that causes terror, frighteningly
horrify
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