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scare /skeə $ sker/ verb

ترساندن ، چشم زهره گرفتن ، هراسانده ، گریزاندن ، ترسیدن ، هراس کردن ، بیم ، خوف ، رمیدگی ، رم ، هیبت ، محل هراسناک
- frighten, alarm, dismay, intimidate, panic, shock, startle, terrify
- fright, panic, shock, start, terror
Related Idioms: give a scare to, *scare shitless, strike terror into the heart of, throw a scare into
Related Words: panic, shake up, freeze, paralyze, petrify
English Thesaurus: fear, terror, fright, panic, alarm, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. scare1 /skeə $ sker/ verb
[Word Family: adjective: scared, scary; verb: scare; noun: scare]
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old Norse; Origin: skirra, from skjarr 'shy, fearful']

1. [transitive] to make someone feel frightened Synonym : frightenafraid:
Loud noises can scare animals or birds.
scare the life/living daylights/hell etc out of somebody (=scare someone very much)
The alarm scared the hell out of me.
scare the pants off somebody (=scare someone very much)

2. scare easily to be frightened by things that are not very frightening:
I don’t scare easily, you know.
scare somebody into something phrasal verb
to make someone do something by frightening them or threatening them
scare somebody into doing something
You can’t scare me into telling you anything.
scare somebody/something ↔ off/away phrasal verb

1. to make an animal or person go away by frightening them:
She moved quietly to avoid scaring the birds away.

2. to make someone uncertain or worried so that they do not do something they were going to do:
Rising prices are scaring off many potential customers.
scare something ↔ up phrasal verb American English informal
to make something although you have very few things to make it from:
Let me see if I can scare up something for you to eat.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. scare2 noun
[Word Family: adjective: scared, scary; verb: scare; noun: scare]

1. [singular] a sudden feeling of fear:
You really gave us a scare!

2. [countable] a situation in which a lot of people become frightened about something:
a bomb scare
a health scare

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. major, terrible a major health scare
minor | bomb | food, health | Aids, BSE, etc.
VERB + SCARE cause | give sb It wasn't a serious heart attack, but it gave him a terrible scare.
get, have
SCARE + NOUN story, tactics The government used scare tactics to get parents to have their children vaccinated against the disease.
PREP. ~ about/over the scare over British beef
PHRASES a bit of a/quite a scare I got a bit of a scare when the police rang.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. really | easily He doesn't scare easily.
VERB + SCARE try to
PREP. into They're just trying to scare us into letting out the secret.
with You don't scare me with your threats!
PHRASES scare sb silly/stiff/to death (informal) The very thought of flying scares me stiff.
scare the hell/life/living daylights out of sb (informal) You scared the life out of me, hiding like that!
scare the pants off sb (informal)

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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