scare

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İngilizce - Türkçe
korkutmak

Seni korkutmak istemedim. - I didn't want to scare you.

Seni korkutmak isteseydim, birkaç hafta önce rüyamda ne gördüğümü anlatırdım. - If I wanted to scare you, I would tell you what I dreamt about a few weeks ago.

{f} ürkütmek
ürkü

Tom kesinlikle ürküyor. - Tom is certainly scared.

korkutucu
panik

1920 yazına doğru Kızıl Panik bitmişti. - By the summer of 1920, the Red Scare was over.

ani korku
(off/away ile) korkutup kaçırmak
korkunç
korkmak

Tom korkmak için çok aptal. - Tom is too stupid to be scared.

Korku filmlerini izleyip korkmak için sinemaya gidiyoruz. - We go to the cinema to be scared by watching horror movies.

{f} korkut

Tom'u en çok korkutan şey tekrar yürüyemeyeceği düşüncesiydi. - What scared Tom the most was the thought that he might not be able to walk again.

Ben çocukken, komşuları korkutmak için bir evcil kahverengi ayım olsun istedim. - When I was little, I wanted to have a pet brown bear to scare my neighbors.

dili arayıp meydana çıkarmak
{f} ürkmek
scare away veya off korkutup kaçırmak
{i} ürkme
kıt,v.korkut: n.korku
{i} korku

Ben çocukken, komşuları korkutmak için bir evcil kahverengi ayım olsun istedim. - When I was little, I wanted to have a pet brown bear to scare my neighbors.

Tom hayaletlerden korkuyor. - Tom is scared of ghosts.

{f} ödünü koparmak
{i} ödü patlama
scare off
korkutup kaçırmak
scare away
korkutup kaçır

Mary'nin kedisinin, komşuların köpeklerini korkutup kaçırması için, yalnızca bir kez tıslaması gerekiyor. - Mary's cat needs to hiss only once, to scare away the neighbours' dogs.

scare away
korkutup kaçırmak
scare off
korkutup kaçır
scare stiff
ödünü patlatmak
scare the living daylights out of
duman attırmak
scare of
ile korkutmak
scare off
-i korkutup kaçırmak
scare out of so.'s life
dışarı çok korkutmak. 'hayat
scare s.o. out of his/her wits/scare the wits out of s.o
birinin odunu koparmak/patlatmak
scare sb stiff
odunu patlatmak
scare someone out of their wits
birini çok feci korkutmakbirinin üç buçuk atması, donuna etmesi
scare stiff
Birini çok korkutmak
scare tactics
korkutma taktikleri
scare the heck out of someone
(deyim) Korkutmak
scare the heck out of someone
(deyim) odunu patlatmak
scare the hell out of someone
(deyim) Korkutmak, odunu patlatmak, yüreğini ağzına getirmek
scare the living daylights out
(deyim) Çok korkutmak, odunu patlatmak
scare to death
Korkudan odunu patlatmak
scare away/off
-i korkutup kaçırmak
scare heading
büyük harfle manşet
scare heading
büyük gazete başlığı
scare s.o. out of
birinin ödünü koparmak/patlatmak
scare someone stiff
(deyim) birinin ödünü patlatmak
scare the shit out of someone
(Konuşma Dili) osuruğunu düğümlemek
scare up
arayıp bulmak
scare up
bulup buluşturmak
scare up
{k} bulup buluşturmak; yoktan var etmek
scare#away
korkutup kaçir
scare#off
korkutup kaçir
scare away
korkutmak
scared
ürkmek
scared
korkmak

Korku filmlerini izleyip korkmak için sinemaya gidiyoruz. - We go to the cinema to be scared by watching horror movies.

Tom korkmak için çok aptal. - Tom is too stupid to be scared.

scared
{f} korkut

Hayvanlar gök gürültüsü tarafından korkutuldular. - The animals were scared by the thunder.

Gök gürültüsü çocukları korkuttu. - The thunder scared the children.

scared
korkan
red scare
kırmızı korkutmak
scares
korkutur
bomb scare
bomba patlama tehlikesi
give s.o. a scare
birini korkutmak
scared
ödü kopmuş
scared
{s} ürkmüş
scared
{s} korkmuş

O kadar korkmuştu ki konuşamadı. - She was so scared that she couldn't speak.

O, korkmuş bir tavşan gibi koştu. - He ran like a scared rabbit.

İngilizce - İngilizce
A cause of slight terror; something that inspires fear or dread

JM is a scare to the capitalists of this country.

A minor fright

Johnny had a bad scare last night.

To frighten, terrify, especially in a minor way

Did that scare you when I said Boo!?.

{v} to frighten, terrify, alarm, disturb
Fright; esp
a sudden attack of fear
If something scares you, it frightens or worries you. You're scaring me The prospect of failure scares me rigid It scared him to realise how close he had come to losing everything. = frighten emphasis If you want to emphasize that something scares you a lot, you can say that it scares the hell out of you or scares the life out of you
cause to lose courage; "dashed by the refusal"
{f} frighten, alarm; spook, terrify
If a sudden unpleasant experience gives you a scare, it frightens you. Don't you realize what a scare you've given us all? We got a bit of a scare
To frighten; to strike with sudden fear; to alarm
cause fear in; "The stranger who hangs around the building frightens me"
{i} fright, fear
sudden mass fear and anxiety over anticipated events; "panic in the stock market"; "a war scare"; "a bomb scare led them to evacuate the building"
A bomb scare or a security scare is a situation in which there is believed to be a bomb in a place. Despite many recent bomb scares, no one has yet been hurt. = alert see also scared
sudden fright produced by a trifling cause, or originating in mistake
A scare is a situation in which many people are afraid or worried because they think something dangerous is happening which will affect them all. the doctor at the centre of an Aids scare
scare out of one's wits
To frighten someone to such an extent that they behave irrationally

He scared me out of my wits, sneaking up behind me in the dark, like that.

scare quote
A quotation mark deliberately used to provoke a reaction or to indicate that the author does not approve of the term, rather than to identify a direct quotation
scare quotes
plural form of scare quote
scare story
A rumour spread by a scaremonger in order to cause anxiety

Have you heard the recent scare story about broken glass in baby food?.

scare the bejeebers out of
To thoroughly terrify
scare the pants off of
To scare or startle thoroughly

He liked the water rides, but the big roller coaster scared the pants off him.

scare up
to find (especially something that is not easily found); to bring out (especially when it is difficult to do so)

With the current budget crunch and the Fingertip case inactive, I couldn’t scare up much enthusiasm.”.

scare off
If you scare off or scare away a person or animal, you frighten them so that they go away. an alarm to scare off an attacker. the problem of scaring birds away from airport runways
scare someone out of their wits
to be scared out of one's mind
scare the hell out of someone
(deyim) Make someone feel extremely frightened, scare someone to death

His idea of fun scares the hell out of me.

scare the living daylights out
(deyim) Make someone feel extremely scared
Scare the daylights out of
frighten deeply, scare very much
scare away
deter, frighten away, expel
scare away
see scare off 1
scare away
cause to lose courage; "dashed by the refusal"
scare head
{i} sensational or worrisome newspaper headline; headline in unusually large type
scare off
If you scare someone off, you accidentally make them unwilling to become involved with you. I don't think that revealing your past to your boyfriend scared him off The new Democratic Party is not likely to scare off voters. = put off
scare off
{f} scare away, deter, frighten away, expel; cause to become afraid, cause to lose courage
scare off
cause to lose courage; "dashed by the refusal"
scare quote
the use of quotation marks to indicate that it is not the authors preferred terminology
scare quote
Either of a pair of quotation marks used to emphasize a word or phrase or to indicate its special status, especially to express doubt about its validity or to criticize its use
scare story
A scare story is something that is said or written to make people feel frightened and think that a situation is much more unpleasant or dangerous than it really is. He described talk of sackings as scare stories. a report, especially in a newspaper, that makes a situation seem more serious or worrying than it really is
scare tactics
methods of persuading people to do something by frightening them
scare up
If you scare up something, you provide, produce, or obtain it, often when it is difficult to do so or when you do not have many resources. An all-star game might scare up a little interest
scare up
scare out of its hiding place
scared
Having fear; afraid, frightened
scared
Simple past tense and past participle of scare
to scare
gallow
Red Scare
either of two periods characterized by extreme public fear of Communists and the principles of socialism (during the 1920s and 1950s)
Red Scare
a series of actions by the US government in 1919-20, against people who were believed to be Communists. Many US workers went on strike (=stopped working to protest about their conditions) and the government was worried that there might be a revolution. Because of this, many people were arrested and many foreigners were forced to leave the country
bomb scare
when people have to be moved out of a building because there may be a bomb there
red scare
a period of general fear of communists
scared
vang
scared
{s} frightened, fearful
scared
made afraid; "the frightened child cowered in the corner"; "too shocked and scared to move"
scared
If you are scared that something unpleasant might happen, you are nervous and worried because you think that it might happen. I was scared that I might be sick He was scared of letting us down. = worried. frightened of something, or nervous about something = afraid
scared
If you are scared of someone or something, you are frightened of them. I'm certainly not scared of him I was too scared to move Why are you so scared? = frightened
scared
afraid, frightened
scared
past of scare
scarer
an effigy in the shape of a man to frighten birds away from seeds
scarer
{i} scarecrow, large stuffed figure in the form of a man which is used to frighten birds away from crops and seeds
scares
plural of scare
scaring
present participle of scare
scare