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  *怕* | 怕* | *怕
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  *怕* | 怕* | *怕
to be afraid / to fear / to dread / to be unable to endure / perhaps
awful / dreadful / fearful / formidable / frightful / scary / hideous / horrible / terrible / terribly
HSK 5
to be afraid / to be scared
HSK 3
even / even if / even though / no matter how
HSK 5
fear / to dread / I'm afraid that... / perhaps / maybe
HSK 4
fearless / not worried (by setbacks or difficulties) / even if / even though
to fear / afraid / extremely nervous / for fear that / to avoid / so as not to
I'm afraid that... / perhaps / maybe / very likely
to be afraid
lingering fear / fear after the event / post-traumatic stress
fearing nothing in Heaven or Earth (idiom) / fearless
henpecked / to be under one's wife's thumb
to feel apprehensive / to be alarmed
timid / to be afraid of getting involved / to be afraid of getting into trouble
greedy for life, afraid of death (idiom); craven and cowardly / clinging abjectly to life / only interested in saving one's neck
coy / shy / bashful
lit. newborn calves do not fear tigers (idiom) / fig. the young are fearless
alarmed / frightened
fear of strangers / to be afraid of strangers (of small children)
fragrant wine fears no dark alley (idiom) / quality goods need no advertising
the meal is remembered long after the wait is forgotten / the good things in life are worth waiting for
lit. people fear getting famous like pigs fear fattening up (for the slaughter) / fig. fame has its price
better to be safe than sorry (proverb) / to be prepared just in case
bring it on! / who's afraid? / who cares?
lit. a dead pig doesn't fear scalding water (idiom) / fig. to be unaffected (by sth) / undaunted
While the green hills last, there'll be wood to burn (idiom). Where there's life there's hope.
once bitten by a snake, ten years in fear of a well rope / once bitten, twice shy (idiom)
there is nothing the determined person can't accomplish (idiom) / persistence will overcome
lit. to fear the wolf in front and the tiger behind (idiom); fig. needless fears / scare mongering / reds under the beds
to be ticklish
lit. nothing is difficult on this earth, if your mind is set (idiom)
lit. don't worry about not knowing goods, but about comparing them (proverb) / fig. goods' (or person's) true value can only be determined through comparison
afraid to die (contemptuous term)
True gold fears no fire. (idiom)
He who never wrongs others does not fear the knock in the night. / Rest with a clear conscience.
men fear getting into the wrong line of business, women fear marrying the wrong man (proverb)
to be afraid / to be frightened
a boneheaded teammate can do you more harm than the most formidable opponent (idiom)
it's better to make slow progress than no progress at all (proverb)
lit. ghosts are afraid of evil too / an evil person fears someone even more evil (idiom)
lit. it is not an official to be feared, but a person in direct control over sb (proverb) / fig. to be obliged to comply with people in authority
lit. a straight foot has no fear of a crooked shoe / an upright man is not afraid of gossip (idiom)
bitten by a snake in one year, fears the well rope for ten years (idiom); once bitten twice shy
lit. don't worry about not knowing goods, but about comparing them (proverb) / fig. goods' (or person's) true value can only be determined through comparison
lit. people fear getting famous like pigs fear fattening up (for the slaughter) / fig. fame has its price
an expert always produces the best work (idiom)


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