terror englannista suomeksi
pelotteleminen, pakko, terrori
1794, (w), ''(w)''
- The terrors with which I was seized (..) were extreme.
The action or quality of causing dread; terribleness, especially such qualities in narrative fiction.
1921, (w), ''The tale of terror: a study of the Gothic romance''
Something or someone that causes such fear.
(quote-book), Esq., Delivered before the High Court of Parliament, June 1788|title=Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary, with Prefatory Remarks by Chapman|Nathaniel Chapman, M.D.|location=Pa.|publisher=Published by Hopkins and Earle, no. 170, Street (Philadelphia)|Market Street|month=June|year=1788|year_published=1808|volume=I|page=474|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=oB4RAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA474|oclc=230944105|passage=The Begums' ministers, on the contrary, to extort from them the disclosure of the place which concealed the treasures, were, (..) after being ''fettered'' and ''imprisoned'', led out on to a scaffold, and this array of terrours proving unavailing, the ''meek'' tempered Middleton, as a dernier resort, menaced them with a confinement in the fortress of Chunargar. Thus, my lords, was a British garrison made the ''climax'' of ''cruelties''!
- The terrors of the storm
a (l), (l), (l) (l), (l), (l)
an (l) of fear or dread
- Os olhos do elfo se arregalavam de terror e ele tremia.
a very (l) person or thing
''Você é um terror, garoto!'' - ''You're naughty, boy!''
''Esses bandidos são um terror'' - ''Those criminals are terrible!''