I'm not really scared about the exam, just a little apprehensive.
I'm apprehensive about him.
That was such a monstrous crime, that he felt yet more apprehensive
She is apprehensive of failure in the finals.
A tyrant must put on the appearance of uncommon devotion to religion. Subjects are less apprehensive of illegal treatment from a ruler whom they consider god-fearing and pious.
She arrived at Renking's office to find most of the local staff already assembled, whispering urgently and apprehensively among themselves.
He's a bit apprehensive about living away from home.
He was a shy and apprehensive boy who refused to leave the safety of his stroller in the park.
With recent job cuts, Kate is apprehensive about losing her job
But there was no one at all who would not be apprehensive.
"Careful, lad," Mennis said apprehensively
Reassure Clients. Clients by nature are apprehensive and nervous, it is up to you to gain their trust and confidence.
many of the pupils were very apprehensive about their first visit to the new school
This situation nevertheless makes me very apprehensive.
She was apprehensive about receiving criticism of her performance.
English word "pełen obaw"(apprehensive) occurs in sets:Angielski w karteczkach dla zaawansowanych cz. 1 (...Masterclass (FCE) unit 5 - 6Feelings słownictwo angielskiFeelings, Feelings - IdiomsLongman repetytorium maturalne poziom rozszerzony,...