- 1 1.1 (frightening) [monster/apparition] aterradorMore example sentences1.2 (dreadful) [colloquial/familiar] [cold/mess] espantoso, horrible; [liar] tremendo, terrible, de miedo [colloquial/familiar]
- To the outside world, Chernobyl stands as a fearful accident and a catalogue of gross errors.
- It came to mind that Christians who encountered Paul would have found him shocking and fearful.
- Economists nevertheless refuse to be alarmed by fearful prognoses of deflation.
- 2 (timid) [person] miedoso, temeroso there's no need to be fearful, he won't eat you no seas miedoso or no hay por qué tener miedo, no te va a comer to be fearful of
-ingtemer + infinitive/infinitivofearful of causing offense, she said nothing temiendo ofender, no dijo nadaMore example sentences
- There's no question that at the time of the abduction she was in fear and was fearful for a period of time.
- For example, over the past two decades I was excessively fearful of inflation.
- Everyone is fearful for his future, and fear leads people to do amazing, extraordinary things.
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Paro is the name in Spain for both unemployment and unemployment benefit. The period for which paro can be claimed ranges from three months to a year, depending on how long a person has been working. The amount paid decreases over the period of unemployment.