過去式：dreaded 過去分詞：dreaded 現在分詞：dreading
- 1. 懼怕；擔心[+to-v][+v-ing][+（that）] She dreads going to the dentist. 她怕去看牙醫。 He dreads to see her again. 他怕再見到她。
- 1. 懼怕；擔心
- 1. 畏懼，恐怖；擔心[U][S1][（+of）] She has a dread of snakes. 她懼怕蛇。
- 2. 可怕的東西（或人）[C] Plague was a great dread. 瘟疫曾是十分可怖的事。
- 3. 【俚】拉斯特法瑞信徒（Rastafarian）
- 1. 令人畏懼的，非常可怕的[B]
- 2. 嚴重的；重要的
dreaded: also dread (literary)→[only before noun] making you feel afraid or anxious - often used humorously 例句: She couldn't put off the dreaded moment forever. dreadful: 1 extremely unpleasant [= terrible] 2 [only before noun] used...
...head in the manner of a human hangman,feeling that, since he has such a dreaded aura about him, he may as well capitalize on it. 他已習慣於像劊子手般戴一個...
...then took it his mouth, hopped over and dropped it beside Dread. 但Charo 只是看了香腸一會兒，而不是 吃香腸。 然後，他用嘴把...