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  1. fright

    • IPA[frīt]

    美式

    • n.
      a sudden intense feeling of fear;an experience that causes one to feel sudden intense fear
    • v.
      frighten
    • noun: fright, plural noun: frights

    • verb: fright, 3rd person present: frights, gerund or present participle: frighting, past tense: frighted, past participle: frighted

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a sudden intense feeling of fear:

      I jumped up in fright

    • 2. an experience that causes one to feel sudden intense fear:

      she's had a nasty fright

      I got the fright of my life seeing her in the hotel

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. frighten:

      come, be comforted, he shan't fright you

    • n. nervousness before or during an appearance before an audience:

    • an attack of stage fright

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    • ph. suddenly become frightened or panicked

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    • ph. suddenly become frightened or panicked

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    • n. a wig with the hair arranged standing up or sticking out, as worn by a clown or similar performer.

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    • n. nervousness before or during an appearance before an audience:

    • an attack of stage fright

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    • n. a wig with the hair arranged standing up or sticking out, as worn by a clown or similar performer.

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    • ph. have a disheveled or grotesque appearance

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    • ph. have a dishevelled or ridiculous appearance

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    • IPA[frʌɪt]

    英式

    • n.
      a sudden intense feeling of fear:
    • I jumped up in fright
    • v.
      frighten:
    • come, be comforted, he shan't fright you

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