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  1. scare

    • IPA[skɛː]

    英式

    • v.
      cause great fear or nervousness in; frighten;become scared
    • n.
      a sudden attack of fright;a situation characterized by a sudden and typically widespread sense of alarm or anxiety about something
    • verb: scare, 3rd person present: scares, gerund or present participle: scaring, past tense: scared, past participle: scared

    • noun: scare, plural noun: scares

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語

    動詞

    • 1. cause great fear or nervousness in; frighten I was scared stiff the rapid questions were designed to scare her into blurting out the truth
    • become scared I don't think I scare easily

    名詞

    • 1. a sudden attack of fright gosh, that gave me a scare!
    • a situation characterized by a sudden and typically widespread sense of alarm or anxiety about something the event was postponed earlier this year due to the foot-and-mouth scare recent food scares have made the public rightly sensitive to new, apparently untested technologies
    • adj.
      fearful; frightened: I wasn't scared at all we're both scared of spiders

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      fearful; frightened: I wasn't scared at all we're both scared of spiders

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • plural
      quotation marks used around a word or phrase when they are not required, thereby eliciting ... putting the term “global warming” in scare quotes serves to subtly cast doubt on the reality of such a phenomenon

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a strategy intended to manipulate public opinion about a particular issue by arousing fear or alarm: we need facts, not scare tactics and false information

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a sensational account or news report that arouses fear or alarm about a particular issue: an increasing number of hoaxes and scare stories about email viruses scare stories in the press about teenage gangs

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an alert prompted by the suspicion that a bomb has been planted in a public place: the court building was temporarily evacuated following a bomb scare

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      manage to find or obtain something

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      (in a film or television show) a sudden or unexpected event, typically involving or accompanied ... the jump scares are timed with sadistic precision

    Oxford Dictionary

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    美式

    • v.
      cause great fear or nervousness in; frighten: I was scared stiff the rapid questions were designed to scare her into blurting out the truth
    • n.
      a sudden attack of fright: gosh, that gave me a scare!

    Oxford American Dictionary

  2. 知識+

    • afraid/scared /fear..

      Scared <形容詞> 是因為"真實的東西"所以害怕 通常是指物體 Ex: scared of snakes(怕蛇), scared of cockroaches (怕蟑螂) Fear是恐懼 <名詞/動詞...

    • 請問scare在這些句子裡的用法

      You scare me. 跟 I was scared by you 的差別 兩者從字面上翻譯各為 You scare me. ->你嚇到我了。 I was scared by you. ->我被你嚇到了。 兩者語意其實都差不多,但前者為主動式,後者為...

    • what are you scare about

      scare只當動詞或名詞,所以應該是: What do you scare? What do you scare about? What are you scaring? ...