give a fright


give a fright
Общая лексика: испугать (кого-л.), напугать (кого-л.), испугать

Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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  • fright — [ fraıt ] noun 1. ) count an experience that makes you feel suddenly afraid: SCARE: I got such a fright when Joe burst through the door. Sorry, I didn t mean to give you a fright. a ) uncount a sudden strong feeling of being afraid: FEAR: I… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Fright Night (TV show) — Fright Night was the name of at least two science fiction and horror movie programs. One ran from 1970 to 1981, and the other ran from 1973 to 1987. Both programs were broadcast by KHJ TV Los Angeles, and its sister station WOR TV New York City.… …   Wikipedia

  • give someone the fright of their life — informal phrase to make someone suddenly feel extremely afraid Thesaurus: to make someone afraid or frightenedsynonym Main entry: fright …   Useful english dictionary

  • Fright Wave — is a Hardy Boys novel.The Hardys look at the case of Jade Roberts, a professional surfer, who is being threatened by a mysterious figure. They give chase, and follow the trail of an influential crime boss. They must crack the case wide open,… …   Wikipedia

  • fright — n. 1) to give smb. a fright 2) a nasty; sudden fright 3) stage fright 4) in, with fright (to scream with fright) * * * [fraɪt] sudden fright with fright (to scream with fright) with fright (to scream with fright) a nasty …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Fright Night — For the 2011 remake, see Fright Night (2011 film). For other uses, see Fright Night (disambiguation). Fright Night Theatrical release poster Directed by Tom Holland …   Wikipedia

  • fright — UK [fraɪt] / US noun Word forms fright : singular fright plural frights 1) a) [countable] an experience that makes you feel suddenly afraid I got such a fright when Joe burst through the door. Sorry, I didn t mean to give you a fright. b)… …   English dictionary

  • fright — noun 1 fear ADJECTIVE ▪ stage VERB + FRIGHT ▪ take ▪ be shaking with, be trembling with ▪ die of (informal) …   Collocations dictionary

  • fright — noun 1 (singular) the feeling you have when something frightens you : give sb a fright (=do something that makes someone feel afraid): You gave me such a fright creeping up on me like that! | get/have a fright: I got an awful fright when your dog …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • fright wig — noun : a costume wig with hair that stands out from the head or that may be made to stand out when the wearer wants it to * * * a wig of wild, unruly hair, esp. hair projecting outward in all directions, as worn by some clowns and comedians to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Fright (comics) — Superherobox| caption=Fright confronts Batman in Batman #630. character name=Fright real name=Linda Friitawa publisher=DC Comics debut= Batman #627 creators=Judd Winick (writer) alliances= powers= *Superhuman strength and agility *Exhales nerve… …   Wikipedia

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