Spanish Word of the Day

Today’s Spanish Word of the Day is “amedrentar(se)” meaning “to scare, to frighten; to get scared (reflexive)”. In Italian the appropriate word is “impaurire”, with the same meaning as the Spanish word. “Impaurirsi”, the reflexive, has the same definition. In Portuguese, “amendrontar” (meaning “to frighten”), “assister” (meaning “to scare, to frighten; to spook; to alarm, to startle”), & “atemorizar” (meaning “to intimidate, to to frighten; to daunt; to fill with terror” are used.

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