to fear: craindre, avoir peur
I fear that the clients aren't happy. Je crains que les clients ne soient pas heureux.
a fear: une peur
a fear of heights une peur du vide
UK: Clowns and terrorist attacks are my greatest fears.
US: She feared her father when she was younger.
- "Scientists initially thought that the result was an anomaly, and feared their data was tainted, however repeated testing confirmed that the data was in fact valid."
- "I fear not only for our safety, but for our sanity."
- "Not only did you explicitly disobey my wishes, but somehow you managed to kidnap the most feared judge in California - Frederick F."
- "It must not be taken lightly and therefore it must be entered reverently, discreetly, advisedly, soberly, and in the fear of God."
- "We've done our best to incorporate new green ideas, but I fear we're only scratching the surface of what could be done."
- "The idea is that a man can create a sense of untouchable, unquestionable power around himself simply by wearing the perfect suit: colleagues fear him, bosses respect him and clients trust him. All this, thanks to his suit."
- "Rupert : Well Brent, the European Commission has expressed fears that the number of fish in the North Sea is running low due to overfishing."
- "The principle reason for my resignation is my fear of being murdered."
- "Our CEO kindly decided not to press charges, but I fear that one more such incident would tip the balance."
- "Fear of 'manboobs' contributed to the slump in sales of the Kalvin Krime 'Solo' range aimed at the youth market."
Pour ne plus oublier la traduction en français de 'Fear' et progresser en anglais à l'écrit comme à l'oral, découvrez nos cours d'anglais Gymglish !