自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
VERB 使惊恐;使害怕;吓唬 If something or someone frightens you, they cause you to suddenly feel afraid, anxious, or nervous.
He knew that Soli was trying to frighten him, so he smiled to hide his fear...
Most children are frightened by the sight of blood.
PHRASE 使吓得魂飞魄散;使吓破了胆 If something frightens the life out of you, frightens the wits out of you, or frightens you out of your wits, it causes you to feel suddenly afraid or gives you a very unpleasant shock.
Fairground rides are intended to frighten the life out of you.
PHRASAL VERB 吓跑;吓走;把…吓得躲远 If you frighten away a person or animal or frighten them off, you make them afraid so that they run away or stay some distance away from you.
The fishermen said the company's seismic survey was frightening away fish...
He fired into the air, hoping that the noise would frighten them off.
PHRASAL VERB 使吓得不敢打交道(或参与) To frighten someone away or frighten them off means to make them nervous so that they decide not to become involved with a particular person or activity.
Building society repossessions have frightened buyers off...
The government is convinced that the bombers want to frighten away foreign investors.
PHRASAL VERB 吓得…做… If you frighten someone into doing something they would not normally do, you make them do it by making them afraid not to do it.
He was a bully. He tried to frighten people into doing what he wanted.