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Apprehensive

  • 1 apprehensive

    -siv
    adjective (anxious; worried: an apprehensive expression.) aprensivo
    apprehensive
    tr[æprɪ'hensɪv]
    adjective
    1 (fearful) aprensivo,-a, temeroso,-a, receloso,-a
    apprehensive [.æprɪ'hɛntsɪv] adj
    : aprensivo, inquieto
    apprehensively adv
    apprehensive
    adj.
    aprehensivo, -a adj.
    aprensivo, -a adj.
    escamón, -ona adj.
    miedoso, -a adj.
    'æprɪ'hensɪv
    adjective <look> aprensivo, de aprensión

    to be apprehensive about something: I'm rather apprehensive about the consequences estoy algo inquieto or preocupado por lo que pueda pasar; to grow apprehensive — inquietarse

    [ˌæprɪ'hensɪv]
    ADJ inquieto

    I was feeling a little apprehensive — sentía cierta aprensión, me sentía inquieto

    he is apprehensive that he might fail the exam — teme or le preocupa suspender el examen

    she is apprehensive that some accident might befall her children — teme que or le preocupa que sus hijos puedan tener un accidente

    to be apprehensive about sth — estar inquieto por algo

    everyone is apprehensive about the ordeals to come — todos están inquietos por los terribles momentos que puedan avecinarse

    I'm a bit apprehensive about the trip — el viaje me tiene inquieto

    they're a little apprehensive about coming — les inquieta un poco la idea de venir

    we were both apprehensive about the reaction of the other players — ambos temíamos la reacción de los otros jugadores

    to grow apprehensive — inquietarse

    he gave her an apprehensive look — la miró aprensivo or inquieto, le dirigió una mirada de aprensión or inquietud

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    ['æprɪ'hensɪv]
    adjective <look> aprensivo, de aprensión

    to be apprehensive about something: I'm rather apprehensive about the consequences estoy algo inquieto or preocupado por lo que pueda pasar; to grow apprehensive — inquietarse

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 2 apprehensive

    adjective
    besorgt (for um + Akk.)

    apprehensive of something — besorgt wegen etwas

    be apprehensive that ... — befürchten, dass ...

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    [-siv]
    adjective (anxious; worried: an apprehensive expression.) besorgt
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    ap·pre·hen·sive
    [ˌæprɪˈhen(t)sɪv]
    adj besorgt; (scared) ängstlich
    to be \apprehensive about [or for] sth vor etw dat Angst haben
    I'm very \apprehensive about tomorrow's meeting das morgige Treffen liegt mir [schwer] im Magen fam
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    ["prI'hensɪv]
    adj
    ängstlich

    to be apprehensive of sth — etw befürchten

    to be apprehensive that ... — fürchten, dass ...

    he was apprehensive about the future — er schaute mit ängstlicher Sorge or verzagt in die Zukunft

    to be apprehensive for sb/about sb's safety — sich (dat) Sorgen um jdn/jds Sicherheit machen

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    apprehensive [ˌæprıˈhensıv] adj (adv apprehensively)
    1. leicht begreifend, schnell auffassend
    2. empfindlich, empfindsam
    3. besorgt (for, about um; that dass), ängstlich:
    be apprehensive sich Sorgen machen;
    be apprehensive of dangers sich vor Gefahren fürchten
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    adjective
    besorgt (for um + Akk.)

    apprehensive of something — besorgt wegen etwas

    be apprehensive that ... — befürchten, dass ...

    * * *
    adj.
    bedenklich adj.
    begreifend adj.

    English-german dictionary

  • 3 apprehensive

    [ˌæprɪ'hensɪv]
    aggettivo apprensivo

    to feel apprehensive about sth. — (fearful) provare apprensione per qcs.; (worried) essere in apprensione per qcs.

    to be apprehensive of sth., about doing sth. — aver timore di qcs., di fare qcs

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    [-siv]
    adjective (anxious; worried: an apprehensive expression.) apprensivo
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    apprehensive /æprɪˈhɛnsɪv/
    a.
    1 apprensivo; timoroso: to be apprehensive of st., aver timore di qc.; to feel apprehensive about st., provare (o essere in) apprensione per qc.
    2 (lett.) pronto a capire; perspicace; intelligente
    3 relativo alla comprensione
    apprehensively avv.
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    [ˌæprɪ'hensɪv]
    aggettivo apprensivo

    to feel apprehensive about sth. — (fearful) provare apprensione per qcs.; (worried) essere in apprensione per qcs.

    to be apprehensive of sth., about doing sth. — aver timore di qcs., di fare qcs

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 4 apprehensive

    apprehensive ap∙pre∙hen∙sive adj. • apprehensive (about / of sth) | apprehensive (that...) worried or frightened that sth unpleasant may happen • 忧虑的;担心的;疑惧的;恐惧的:
    »I was a little apprehensive about the effects of what I had said.
    我有点担忧我说的话的后果。
    »You have no reason to be apprehensive of the future.
    你没有理由忧虑未来。
    »She was deeply apprehensive that something might go wrong.
    她很担心可能要出什么差错。
    »an apprehensive face / glance / look
    忧虑的面容/一瞥/目光
    --› note at afraid ap∙pre∙hen∙sive∙ly adv.
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    [ˏæpri'hensiv]
    adj. 有理解力的

    English-Chinese dictionary

  • 5 apprehensive

    опасающийся имя прилагательное:
    опасающийся (apprehensive)
    понятливый (teachable, intelligent, docile, apprehensive, comprehensive, sagacious)
    полный страха (fearful, apprehensive)
    боязливый (timid, apprehensive, spooky, nervous, spookish, pavid)
    сообразительный (smart, bright, astute, cute, quick, apprehensive)
    полный предчувствий (apprehensive)
    полный тревоги (apprehensive)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 6 apprehensive

    {æpri'hensiv}
    1. неспокоен, загрижен, опасяващ се
    to be APPREHENSIVE of опасявам се/боя се от
    to be APPREHENSIVE for someone загрижен съм/опасявам се за някого
    2. ост. схватлив
    3. чувствителен, с усет (of към, за)
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    {apri'hensiv} а 1. неспокоен, загрижен, опасяващ се; to
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    схватлив;
    * * *
    1. to be apprehensive for someone загрижен съм/опасявам се за някого 2. to be apprehensive of опасявам се/боя се от 3. неспокоен, загрижен, опасяващ се 4. ост. схватлив 5. чувствителен, с усет (of към, за)
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    apprehensive[¸æpri´hensiv] adj 1. изпълнен с предчувствия, загрижен, неспокоен; to be \apprehensive of s.th. опасявам се от (за) нещо; FONT face=Times_Deutsch}}◊ adv apprehensively; 2. схватлив; 3. чувствителен, който има усет (of за).

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 7 apprehensive

    apprehensive adj [glance, person] craintif/-ive ; to be deeply/slightly apprehensive être très/légèrement inquiet/-iète ; to feel apprehensive about sth (fearful) appréhender qch ; (worried) avoir des inquiétudes au sujet de qch ; to be apprehensive about doing sth appréhender de faire qch ; they were apprehensive of an enemy attack ils craignaient une attaque ennemie ; they are apprehensive that he will betray them ils craignent qu'il ne les trahisse.

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 8 apprehensive

    apprehensive [{{t}}‚æprɪ'hensɪv]
    adjective
    plein d'appréhension;
    there's nothing to be apprehensive about il n'y a aucune raison de s'inquiéter;
    I'm feeling a bit apprehensive je me sens un peu nerveux;
    he is apprehensive about the interview il appréhende l'entretien;
    I am apprehensive for your safety je crains ou je suis inquiet pour votre sécurité

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  • 9 apprehensive

    [͵æprıʹhensıv] a
    1. опасающийся, испытывающий тревогу, опасения, ждущий (чего-л.) со страхом; предчувствующий недоброе

    apprehensive of the future [of the issue] - полный опасений за будущее [за исход]

    apprehensive of the disaster - предчувствующий несчастье

    apprehensive for her health - тревожащийся о её здоровье

    2. книжн. (легко) воспринимающий, понимающий, понятливый
    3. книжн. относящийся к восприятию, к пониманию

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  • 10 apprehensive

    -siv
    adjective (anxious; worried: an apprehensive expression.) engstelig, bekymret
    adj. \/ˌæprɪˈhensɪv\/
    1) urolig, engstelig, bekymret
    2) (gammeldags, litterært) forstands-, erkjennelses-
    3) (gammeldags) rask i oppfattelsen, oppvakt
    4) (foreldet) forståelsesfull
    apprehensive of\/about\/for engstelig for, urolig for
    apprehensive that engstelig for

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 11 apprehensive

    შიშის გრძნობით შეპყრობილი
    she`s always apprehensive before an exam გამოცდის წინ ყოველთვის ნერვიულობს
    I`m apprehensive of failure მარცხის მეშინია
    I`m apprehensive for her health მისი ჯანმრთელობა მაფიქრებს

    English-Georgian dictionary

  • 12 apprehensive

    apprehensive [‚æprɪˈhensɪv]
    adjective
    inquiet (-ète f)
    * * *
    [ˌæprɪ'hensɪv]
    adjective craintif/-ive

    to be apprehensive — être inquiet/-iète

    to feel apprehensive about something — (fearful) appréhender quelque chose; (worried) avoir des inquiétudes au sujet de quelque chose

    English-French dictionary

  • 13 apprehensive

    [ˌæprɪ'hensɪv]
    adj
    опасающийся, испытывающий тревогу, боящийся, полный страха
    - be apprehensive for smb, smth
    - be apprehensive about the future
    - be apprehensive of misfortunes

    English-Russian combinatory dictionary

  • 14 apprehensive

    apprehensive [ˏæprɪˊhensɪv] a
    1) по́лный стра́ха, трево́ги, предчу́вствий;

    I feel apprehensive for you я опаса́юсь за вас

    2) уст. поня́тливый, сообрази́тельный

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера

  • 15 apprehensive

    [-siv]
    adjective (anxious; worried: an apprehensive expression.) ængstelig; bekymret
    * * *
    [-siv]
    adjective (anxious; worried: an apprehensive expression.) ængstelig; bekymret

    English-Danish dictionary

  • 16 apprehensive

    [-siv]
    adjective (anxious; worried: an apprehensive expression.) vznemirjen
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    [æprihénsiv]
    adjective (apprehensively adverb)
    (of, for) zaskrbljen, boječ; dovzeten, bistroumen; občutljiv
    to be apprehensive of — bati se česa, sumiti kaj

    English-Slovenian dictionary

  • 17 apprehensive

    [æprɪ'hɛnsɪv]
    adj
    pełen obawy

    to be apprehensive about sth — obawiać się czegoś

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    [-siv]
    adjective (anxious; worried: an apprehensive expression.) lękliwy, bojaźliwy

    English-Polish dictionary

  • 18 apprehensive

    ap·pre·hen·sive [ˌæprɪʼhen(t)sɪv] adj
    besorgt;
    (scared) ängstlich;
    to be \apprehensive about [or for] sth vor etw dat Angst haben;
    I'm very \apprehensive about tomorrow's meeting das morgige Treffen liegt mir [schwer] im Magen (fam)

    English-German students dictionary

  • 19 apprehensive

    [ˌæprɪˈhensɪv]
    apprehensive полный страха, тревоги, предчувствий apprehensive понятливый, сообразительный

    English-Russian short dictionary

  • 20 apprehensive

    /,æpri'hensiv/ * tính từ - sợ hãi, e sợ =to be apprehensive of danger+ sợ nguy hiểm =to be apprehensive for someone's health+ lo sợ cho tình hình sức khoẻ của ai - (thuộc) nhận thức, (thuộc) tri giác - thấy rõ, cảm thấy rõ - nhận thức nhanh, tiếp thu nhanh, thông minh

    English-Vietnamese dictionary

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