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fearfully
American English: /ˈfɪrfəli/
British English: /ˈfɪəf(ə)li/
, /ˈfɪəfʊli/

Translation of fearfully in Spanish:

adverb

  • 1 (extremely) it was fearfully hot
    hacía un calor espantoso or terrible
    Example sentences
    • Fielding had a fearfully difficult time in his youth trying to work out what girls wanted.
    • The online version of a gallery show, it has some fearfully vicious images - check out particularly the caricatures.
    • He does not sound at all handsome, and he is fearfully old.
  • 2 (in, with fear)
    con temor
    Example sentences
    • In the village were only scared-looking women standing in small groups, glancing fearfully around.
    • A gaggle of ibis roosting in a nearby tree hooted fearfully.
    • They don't step up to a long first putt thinking fearfully of a possible three-putt.

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