Translation of miedo in English:
- ¡qué miedo pasamos!el miedo se apoderó de elloswe were so frightened o scared!estaba temblando de miedothey were gripped by o overcome with fearcasi me muero de miedohe was trembling with fearme da miedo salir de nocheI almost died of frightI was scared half to death[familiar]esto le hará perder el miedoI'm afraid to go o of going out at nightestaba que se cagaba de miedo [vulgar]this will help him overcome his fearmiedohe was shit-scared o scared shitless[vulgar]
aalgo/alguienel miedo a la muerte/a lo desconocidofear ofsomething/somebodyle tiene miedo a la oscuridad/su padrefear of death/the unknowncogerle or agarrarle miedo a algo/alguienhe's scared o frightened o afraid of the dark/his fatherpor miedo a ser descubiertoto become frightened o scared of something/somebodytengo miedo de perdermefor fear of being found outtiene miedo de caerseI'm worried o afraid I might get losttengo miedo de que se ofendahe's afraid of fallinghe's afraid he might fallde miedo (especialmente España) [familiar], se ha comprado un coche de miedoI'm afraid he will take offenseI'm worried he might take offenseen la fiesta lo pasamos de miedohe's bought himself a fantastic o great car[familiar]jugaron de miedowe had a fantastic o great time at the party[familiar]hace un frío de miedothey played fantastically o brilliantly[familiar]→ películait's freezing cold
- Sin embargo, ya he perdido el miedo de hacerlo.
- Tienen tanto en común que hasta da miedo.
- No, a la campaña de miedo.
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