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angst

Pronunciation: /aŋst/

Adjektiv

  • in jemandem ist/wird [es] angst [und bange]
    somebody is/becomes afraid or frightened
    (jemand sorgt sich) somebody is/becomes very worried or anxious

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Angst
Stressed vowel length and/or separability: Ạngst

Femininum Ạngst, ÄngstePronunciation: /ˈɛŋstə/

  • 1 (Furcht) (Psychologie) Ạngst bekommen od. [umgangssprachlich] kriegen
    become or get frightened or scared
    Ạngst [vor jemandem/etwas] haben
    be afraid or frightened [of somebody/something]
    eine existenzielle Ạngst
    existential fear
    jemanden in Ạngst und Schrecken versetzen
    worry and frighten somebody
    es mit der Ạngst [zu tun] bekommen od. [umgangssprachlich] kriegen
    become or get frightened or scared
    jemandem Ạngst einflößen/einjagen/machen
    frighten or scare somebody
    jemandem Ạngst [und Bange] machen
    frighten or scare somebody
    (jemanden unruhig machen) make somebody very worried or anxious
    keine Ạngst!
    don't be afraid
    aus Ạngst [vor etwas/jemandem] sich verstecken
    hide in fear [of something/somebody]
    aus Ạngst, sich zu verraten, sagte er kein einziges Wort
    he didn't say a word for fear of betraying himself
    in ständiger Ạngst vor etwas (Dat.) leben
    live in constant fear of something
    er hat mehr Ạngst als Vaterlandsliebe [umgangssprachlich] [scherzhaft]
    he's a scaredy-cat [umgangssprachlich]
    he's chicken [salopp]
    Ạngst vor der eigenen Courage haben/bekommen
    have got/get cold feet [figurativ]

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