amedrentar

 
amedrentar
transitive verb
1. (to instill fear) 
a. to scare 
El gladiador blandió su espada con destreza para amedrentar a su oponente.The gladiator brandished his sword skillfully to scare his opponent.
b. to frighten 
Los guerreros amedrentaron a la tribu rival con su grito de guerra.The warriors frightened the rival tribe with their war cry.
c. to intimidate 
El anciano nos amedrentó con su perro feroz.The old man intimidated us with his ferocious dog.
amedrentarse
pronominal verb
2. (to get frightened) 
a. to get scared 
El soldado se amedrentó con el sonido de las bombas y no se animó a salir de la trinchera.The soldier got scared when he heard the bombs, and he didn't dare to leave the trench.
amedrentar
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to scare, to frighten 
amedrentarse
pronominal verb
2. (general) 
a. to get scared o frightened 
amedrentar
transitive verb
(asustar) to scare; frighten; (intimidar) to intimidate;
pronominal verb
amedrentarse to be scared; be intimidated
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Verb Conjugations for amedrentar
Gerund: amedrentando
Participle: amedrentado
Indicative
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yoamedrentoamedrentéamedrentabaamedrentaríaamedrentaré
amedrentasamedrentasteamedrentabasamedrentaríasamedrentarás
él/ella/Ud.amedrentaamedrentóamedrentabaamedrentaríaamedrentará
nosotrosamedrentamosamedrentamosamedrentábamosamedrentaríamosamedrentaremos
vosotrosamedrentáisamedrentasteisamedrentabaisamedrentaríaisamedrentaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.amedrentanamedrentaronamedrentabanamedrentaríanamedrentarán
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