Fordítások & példák
expand_more Napi tizennyolc órát dolgozott, és nem ijedt meg attól, hogy bárkit bármiért bepereljen.
És mert boszorkány volt, rendes körülmények között nem ijedt volna meg egy gyermektől.
Alig tudta kivenni az állatot a gyér fényben, de nem ijedt meg tőle.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "afraid" szó használatára magyarul
Az alábbi mondatok külső forrásokból származnak és nem miden esetben ponstosak. Ennél fogva a bab.la semmilyen felelősséget vagy kötelezettséget nem vállal az itt megjelenő információkért.
EnglishSheelon looked away, groping for the words to the answer he was afraid to speak.
EnglishI am afraid, said Poirot gently, that you will have to go back the way you came.
EnglishI'm afraid, he said soothingly, we have to ask people questions again and again.
EnglishHis mother was still a little bit afraid, but his father's attitude was strange.
EnglishI hated to be near him, but I was afraid for my mother, and I begged not to go.
EnglishIn his drinking days he had always been afraid of something like this happening.
EnglishAs soon as he pushed the right buttons, he ducked behind a car, afraid to look.
EnglishPrime Minister, sorry to call so late, but I'm afraid the queen is abdicating.
EnglishAnd from this weird bubble of throbbing darkness the lamplight recoiled, afraid.
EnglishAll this time I lived in the city because, to be honest, I was afraid of trees.
EnglishI'm afraid this is a bad business, Monsieur Poirot, he announced to the detective.
EnglishWe're at five million bucks for this 18 case, and he's afraid I'm pinching pennies.
EnglishAnd we could think about it properly, instead of just guessing and being afraid.
EnglishMorgaine bent her head and bit her lip, suddenly afraid she would giggle aloud.
EnglishAre the Eurocrats actually afraid of democracy, afraid of consulting the people?
English'We're afraid there's been an attempt at robbery, and we want you to help us.
EnglishShe considered calling the police, but she was afraid of making a fool of herself.
EnglishWhoever had stolen the cards must have been afraid the class would be searched.
EnglishShe often put her hands on the unicorn when she was sad, or tired, or afraid.
EnglishI am almost afraid of asking what you thought of me, when we met at Pemberley.