'fraid


'fraid

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  • fraid — fraid; fraid·cat; …   English syllables

  • 'fraid — [frād] v. informal nonstandard contraction of afraid or I m afraid, expressing regret fraid not, doll …   Useful english dictionary

  • Fraid — Übernamen zu mhd. vreide »abtrünnig, flüchtig; mutig, kühn; übermütig, trotzig«, mhd. vreidжre »Wortbrüchiger« …   Wörterbuch der deutschen familiennamen

  • 'fraid so — See afraid so …   English idioms

  • 'fraid — frayed …   English homophone dictionary

  • fraid — ˈfrād adjective Etymology: by shortening dialect : afraid …   Useful english dictionary

  • fraid|y cat — «FRAY dee», U.S. Slang. (used by children) a person who is easily frightened; timorous person …   Useful english dictionary

  • fraid-cat — • fraidy cat • fraid cat • scaredy cat • scared cat noun informal A shy person; someone who is easily frightened. Usually used by or to children. Tom was a fraidy cat and wouldn t go in the water …   Словарь американских идиом

  • a|fraid — «uh FRAYD», adjective. 1. feeling fear; frightened; alarmed: »She is afraid of the dark. 2. unwilling because of fear: »Shy people are often afraid to speak up. 3. sorry to have to say: »I m afraid I must ask you to leave now. I m afraid you are… …   Useful english dictionary

  • un|a|fraid — «UHN uh FRAYD», adjective. not afraid; fearless: »The menace of the years finds, and shall find, me unafraid (William Ernest Henley) …   Useful english dictionary


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