HyperDic: espanto

Español > 4 sentidos de la palabra espanto:
NOMBREfeelingespanto, miedo, pavor, susto, temor, terroran emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger (usually accompanied by a desire to flee or fight)
feelingespanto, alarma, consternación, intranquilidad, nerviosismofear resulting from the awareness of danger
attributeespanto, horror, terrora quality of extreme / extreme unpleasantness
eventespanto, horroran experience that appalls
Español > espanto: 4 sentidos > nombre 1, feeling
SentidoAn emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger (usually accompanied by a desire to flee or fight).
Sinónimosmiedo, pavor, susto, temor, terror
Cualidadesimpertérritooblivious of dangers or perils or calmly resolute in facing them
temeroso, tener miedoFilled with fear or apprehension
Partessudor fríoThe physical condition of concurrent perspiration and chill
Específicoalarma, consternación, espanto, intranquilidad, nerviosismoFear resulting from the awareness of danger
aprensión, pavor, recelo, temor, terrorfearful expectation or anticipation
ataque de pánico, sustoA sudden attack of fear
emoción, escalofrío, espeluzno, estremecimiento, hormigueo, tiritónAn almost pleasurable sensation of fright
histeria, histéricoexcessive or uncontrollable fear
horror, pánico, terrorAn overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety
horror, pavorIntense and profound fear
intimidaciónThe feeling of being intimidated
miedo escénicoFear that affects a person about to face an audience
timidezFear of the unknown or unfamiliar or fear of making decisions
Generalafecto, emociónAny strong feeling
Contrariobravura, coraje, valentía, valorFeeling no fear
Inglésfear, fearfulness, fright
Catalánbasarda, esglai, espant, paüra, por, temor, terror
AdjetivomiedosoExperiencing or showing fear
Verbosamedrentar, asustar, atemorizar, espantardrive out by frightening
temerBe afraid or scared of
Español > espanto: 4 sentidos > nombre 2, feeling
SentidoFear resulting from the awareness of danger.
Sinónimosalarma, consternación, intranquilidad, nerviosismo
CualidadesalarmanteFrightening because of an awareness of danger
no alarmantenot alarming
Generalespanto, miedo, pavor, susto, temor, terrorAn emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger (usually accompanied by a desire to flee or fight)
Inglésalarm, dismay, consternation
Catalánalarma, consternació, intranquil·litat, nerviosisme
Verbosalarmar, alertarwarn or arouse to a sense of danger or call to a state of preparedness
alarmar, horripilar, horrorizarFill with apprehension or alarm
Español > espanto: 4 sentidos > nombre 3, attribute
SentidoA quality of extreme / extreme unpleasantness.
Sinónimoshorror, terror
Específicoatrocidad, fierezaThe quality of being frightful
Generalcarácter desagradableThe quality of giving displeasure
Inglésawfulness, dreadfulness, horridness, terribleness
Catalánespant, horror, terror
Adjetivoabominable, atroz, espantoso, horrendo, horrible, horripilante, horroroso, terrible, tremendoexceptionally bad or displeasing
alarmante, calamitoso, espantosa, espantoso, fatal, horrendo, horrible, horrorosa, horroroso, pavoroso, sobrecogedor, temible, temido, terrible, tremendoCausing fear or dread or terror
atroz, horroroso, monstruoso, terriblegrossly offensive to decency or morality
atroz, espantoso, terribleExtremely disagreeable and unpleasant
extremo, profundo, severointensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality
horrible, repugnanteOffensive or even (of persons) malicious
horrible, horrorosoExceedingly bad
Español > espanto: 4 sentidos > nombre 4, event
SentidoAn experience that appalls.
Sinónimohorror
GeneralexperienciaAn event as apprehended
Inglésappalling

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