- adj.忧虑的; 有理解力的; 惶惑;
- 副词: apprehensively;
People are still terribly apprehensive about the future.
I was a little apprehensive about the effects of what I had said.
He was rather apprehensive of failure.
I am apprehensive that she may fall ill.
Judgement is implied in every apprehensive act.
I had never seen bombing on such a scale, and I was healthily apprehensive.
Her silence made him feel more apprehensive as he kept talking.
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He wondered uneasily what it meant, and began to feel vaguely apprehensive.
He was not apprehensive or timid through his imagination.
Mr. Herwell is apprehensive about hurting other people's feelings.
I am apprehensive for my sister's safety.
They were apprehensive of the enemy attacking them.
I was a little apprehensive about this enterprise.
We were apprehensive that they might forget.
He is apprehensive of his own fully.
1. quick to understand;
"a kind and apprehensive friend"- Nathaniel Hawthorne
2. mentally upset over possible misfortune or danger etc; worried;
"anxious about her job"
"not used to a city and anxious about small things"
"felt apprehensive about the consequences"
3. in fear or dread of possible evil or harm;
"apprehensive for one's life"
"apprehensive of danger"