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3 Translation results for dread in Spanish

noun | verb | adjective

dread noun

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pavor, temor

Example sentences of
dread noun

  • She has a dread of failure.
  • He lives with the constant dread of rejection.
  • She awaited her punishment with dread.
  • The news about the war fills me with dread.
  • They live in constant dread of another attack.

Detailed synonyms for dread noun

dread verb

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dreaded, has dreaded, is dreading, dreads
tenerle pavor a, temer

Example sentences of
dread verb

  • He can't swim and dreads going in the water.
  • She dreaded making speeches in front of large audiences.
  • I dread the day I will have to leave my friends.
  • I dread the thought of moving next week.
  • I dread to think about what they might do next.

dread adjective

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pavoroso, aterrador

Example sentences of
dread adjective

  • Every ship on the Spanish Main was terrified of running into the dread pirate.

Reverse translation for dread

pavor  - dread, terror 
temor  - fear, dread 
temer  - to fear, to dread, to be afraid 
pavoroso  - dreadful, terrifying 
aterrador  - terrifying 
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