Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Scare"

The meaning of "Scare" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does scare A out of A's shorts mean?
A: It means to terrify or really frighten. It is an idiom and similar to
- scare the pants off
- scare the crap out of
- scare the hell out of
- scare the daylights out of
Q: What does "He scares easy" mean?
A: He is easy to scare
Q: What does scare raisins out of me mean?
A: They mean, "you were very scary/surprising!"
Q: What does You scared me. mean?
A: 「びっくりした」とか。

Example sentences using "Scare"

Q: Please show me example sentences with scare /afraid.
A: Afraid: “She was so afraid she couldn’t move.” — Ella estaba tan asustada que no podía moverse.

“Oh, baby, are you afraid/scared of that monster?” — Oh, bebé, ¿le tienes miedo a ese monstruo?

Scared: “I’m getting scared, Jonathan, let’s get going.” — Me estoy asustando, Jonathan, mejor vámonos.

“That’s... weird. I’m scared/afraid of your parents.” — Eso es... extraño. Me dan miedo tus padres.

Las dos palabras son lo mismo y pueden ser usadas de la misma manera, lo único que las diferencia es que “Scared” es más informal y/o más usada aue “Afraid.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with "scare someone off".
A: "Her halloween costume was bad enough to scare someone off."
"Don't behave so rudely. You'll scare someone off."
"I'm scared of being myself because what if I scare someone off?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with afraid and scare.
A: Personally i use afraid when I am scared of something in the future might happen unknowingly. I use scare on the other hand when something scary happen suddenly.
Q: Please show me example sentences with That scares the crap out of me..
A: Also: needles (or roller coasters) scare the crap out of me. The scary thing doesn't have to be alive.
Q: Please show me example sentences with scare.
A: I will scare my brother.

That movie was scary!

A spider scared me!

The dog is scarring the children.

Synonyms of "Scare" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between scare and daunt ?
A: scare is to frighten, terrify, startle, especially in a minor way while daunt is to discourage, intimidate.
Q: What is the difference between I'm scared and I'm afraid ?
A: yes, when you're talking about bad news or regret
Q: What is the difference between scare and afraid ?
A: Pretend I am a bear. I see you in the forest and I am bored. So I scare you. You are then afraid of me 😃
Q: What is the difference between scare and creep out ?
A: The same but creep out is slang and very informal. Also, scare can be used as noun or verb; creep out is just a verb.

That movie scared me!
That movie creeped me out!
That movie gave me a big scare!
That movie gave me a big creep out!
Q: What is the difference between He scared me and He freaked me out ?
A: Well, if you look into the words, when you say "freaked out", it usually includes some sort of physical reaction. Then, if you mention something scared you, it would be a bit more...quiet? Then again, they could both mean the same (being afraid). But the main difference is that "freaked me out" sounds more informal than "you scared me".

Translations of "Scare"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? so scare
A: So scared
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm only so scared of losing you.
A: You can say ‘afraid’.
I’m only afraid of losing you.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? you scared me
A: You scared me = 놀랐어요/ 놀랐잖아 (literally “너는 나를 놀라게 했어”)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? did i write correctly?
don't be scare anything in front of you because I will always be here with you
A: Don't be scared in what's in front of you. I will always be here for you.


I think this is what you meant.

Other questions about "Scare"

Q: It's scared not to predict when I get infected. does this sound natural?
A: It's scary not being able to predict when/if I might get infected.
Q: What I'm scared the most is that we can't go everywhere. does this sound natural?
A: What I'm scared of the most is that we can't go anywhere.

これで自然だと思います。
Q: She's shivering being scared of you.
She's shivering because you look scare.

Are both correct?
A: She is shivering because she is scared of you.
She is shivering because you look scary.
Q: A: She was shivering with the scare of him.
B: She was shivering by the scare of him.

Are both correct?
A: Hi

These are correct:

C: She was shivering after being scared by him.

D: She was shivering having been scared by him.
Q: Don’t scare me!

You’re looking your iPhone and didn’t notice at all! does this sound natural?
A: ​‎"Don’t scare me!

You’re looking your iPhone and didn’t notice at all! does this sound natural? "
"You're looking at your iPhone and didn't notice it at all"

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