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The meaning of "Scared" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does scared mean?
A: Intimidated, horrified, afraid of something
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Q: What does scared mean?
A: Scared is when you have fear
Q: What does scared stiff mean?
A: Very afraid

Very frightened

Scared so much you are 'frozen'

Scared so much you can't/won't move

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Example sentences using "Scared"

Q: Please show me example sentences with scared .
A: scared significa assustado
Q: Please show me example sentences with scared afraid.
A: Scared and afraid mean the same thing; they’re synonyms! ^^ I can’t think of any differences between them.
Q: Please show me example sentences with scared ,scary .
A: "I'm too scared to go out by myself."
"I don't like watching scary movies."
"That movie is too scary for me."
"Don't be scared, it's only a movie."

Synonyms of "Scared" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between scared and scary ?
A: Scared means you are afraid of something and scary is what you call the things that scare you. For example “I am scared of clowns” versus “clowns are scary” or “I am scared of haunted houses” versus “ghosts are scary”
Q: What is the difference between scared and freaked out ?
A: "Scared" simply means "afraid/frightened" and can be used in any context, whilst "freaked out" is highly informal and can be much stronger, as in "panicking/terrorised" but it's more commonly used to describe an exaggerated reaction such as loss of control or hysteria, especially over petty matters.
Q: What is the difference between scared and afraid ?
A: A difference I noticed is that usually scared is for something abstract or something that can happen, and afraid is for something or someone concrete.

Another thingn is that when you're with the feeling but not for something specific, you usually say "I'm scared".
Q: What is the difference between "scared" "scary" and "scares" ?
A: Scared and scares are different tenses of the verb.
Scared can also describe someone who is afraid of something.
Scary describes something that can scare someone.

The dark scares him./ The dark scared him.
He is scared of the dark.
The dark is scary.
Q: What is the difference between scared and afraid ?
A: As far as I know, there is no difference. It is just two words that mean the same thing.

Translations of "Scared"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? scared
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? scared
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? scared and shy
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? scared
A: ‘Scared’ ‘afraid’ or ‘frightened’
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Q: scared Does this sound natural?
A: It's sounds

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