Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

przerażony in English:

1. terrified terrified

She terrified him.
Are there any animals that you're terrified of?
When I met your father, I was terrified. / I feel excited and, at the same time, terrified. / I don't know whether to be charmed or terrified.
Mummy, who's terrified of mice, had two fears to cope with.
The little girl managed to keep silent, having been terrified by the lightning.
I'm terrified of flying. Maggie was terrified that her parents would discover the truth.
I’m terrified of flying. I never travel by plane.
Tom tried to sleep but he felt terrified.
She was terrified at the thought of being alone.
I was absolutely terrified of my French teacher at school. Terrified witnesses know that helping the police can mean their own death.
She heard a strange noise in the middle of the night and she was terrified.
I was more terrified then than I'd ever been before.
I was terrified when i heard the news.
I've never flown before, I'm terrified.
I can't ask for the test results. I'm too terrified to hear them.

English word "przerażony"(terrified) occurs in sets:

Feelings, Feelings - Idioms
Marek M luty

2. frightened frightened

If something makes your flesh creep it makes you feel very frightened.
There is no need to be frightened. He won't harm you.
I didn't know hummingbirds could even fly upside down when frightened.
When I saw the ghost, I was so frightened that my hair stood on end.
look frightened
When he entered the building, he was frightened by a sudden cry.
When she noticed that the man followed after her, she began to become frightened.
Despite having lazed around without having touched my work I'm frightened at heart that "Ooh-er, this time I might really not get done in time!?"
The frightened boy's heart palpitated with terror.
After being frightened for many hours, her mother finally saved her.
I can't understand why people are frightened of new ideas. I'm frightened of the old ones.
Bethany wasn’t frightened to go back in the water after the shark attack.
This girl looks frightened. What's happened to her?
Don’t be frightened. No one’s going to hurt you.
He has just had a nightmare, he's really frightened.

3. horrified horrified

People may be horrified at the idea that children will be living and dying in space.
My mum was horrified with the mess in my room.
I was horrified by what I saw.
I couldn’t sleep at night – I was really horrified by that film.
Police were horrified to discover a child’s body in the empty building.
The whole country was horrified by the killings.
Then, when you came to yourself... you were horrified.
1. Why do you look horrified? / 2. I saw something today, something that horrified me. / 3. I think he was horrified.

4. aghast aghast

He looked at her aghast.
Tom murmured some inaudible word. He was not sure whether to be elated or aghast
We were all aghast at the verdict.
I'm aghast at the lack of manners, common sense and so on and so forth on the net.

5. petrified petrified

He stood petrified not able to move or breath
He was petrified with fear.
I'm petrified of spiders.
petrified about the exam
She was petrified that the police would burst in at any moment.
The kids at first were petrified, especially the young boy.
I stood petrified as the most enormous dog I've ever seen came bounding up to me.
I was petrified when the rocks appeared out of nowhere.

6. frightened of frightened of

Are you frightened of heights?
I am frightened of spider
I was frightened of being left by myself in the house.
i guess some people are frightened of change

English word "przerażony"(frightened of) occurs in sets:


7. dismayed dismayed

If you are dismayed by something, it makes you feel afraid, worried, or sad.
I was dismayed at the news.
The behavior of her children in public dismayed her.

8. appalled appalled

I'm appalled at how badly those children behave.
I was appalled at the sight.
The senselessness of the act appalled him.
I was appalled by what I saw. When I heard what had happened I was absolutely appalled.
The idea appalled me.
We were appalled by the starvation we saw everywhere.
they were appalled
I expected readers of the future would be appalled that
I'm appalled. You leave me speechless.

9. terrified of terrified of

I'm terrified of flying
Mauro used to be absolutely terrified of the dentis, but now he's just a bit nervous of it.

10. scared scared

The children were scared of the possibility of calling their parents.
To tell you the truth, I am scared of heights. "You are a coward!"
A loud noise in the night scared him.
If you get scared during the night, just turn on your light.
I'm scared.
When the breaker tripped and it became pitch black, the baby got scared and started crying.
Since children are more scared than amused by clowns, I wonder if some comedy trope of ours will become horror fodder in 100 years.
It's also scary when the lightning strikes across the sky, but what's really scary is the sound. Once, my house was struck by lightning and since then I've become even more scared.
My friend gave a me typical reaction after I scared him.
I, Stallone, am not such as to be scared simply of being the guinea pig for some test.
The phlebotomist scared herself by practicing her craft on a balloon.
You scared me! Don't sneak upon me from behind!
Hiromi decided to risk bungee-jumping, even though he was scared.
1. I'm certainly not scared of him. / I was too scared to move. / Why are you so scared? / 2. I was scared that I might be sick.
If you are scared by global warming, wait until we learn about local warming.

11. scared of

The children were scared of the possibility of calling their parents.
I'm scared of the dark.
Janet was scared of her French teacher.

12. dreaded

Tom dreaded having to spend another weekend with Mary.
She dreaded having to tell him what had happened.
My dreaded aunt is coming to visit us this weekend.
Did I hear the dreaded word ‘homework’?
After the test, there’s the dreaded interview stage.
He was scared by these dreaded words.
Combining Istio pool ejection with monitoring, you can start to build a framework where faulty containers are removed and replaced automatically, reducing or eliminating downtime and the dreaded pager call.
there’s the dreaded interview stage."
... sea; how its most dreaded creatures glide under water,...
I dreaded his reply to my letter.
He dreaded having to spend Christmas in hospital.