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We found 1 grammar point, 16 words, 1 kanji, and 134 examples matching '恐れ'
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Word search: 16 matches
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noun
fear; horror; anxiety; concern; uneasiness
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3
ichidan verb, transitive verb
to fear; to be afraid of
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Most common form: 神をも怖れぬ
expression
showing no fear, even of God
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expression, 'i' adjective
fearless; daring; knowing no fear
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expression, ichidan verb
to be afraid of making mistakes; to fear failing
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キョウ   おそれる to fear, be afraid of   おそろしい terrible, dreadful   
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ハン   ボン    simple, mediocre   
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キ    table   
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コウ   ク    work; construction; craft   
シン   こころ heart   
Example search: 134 matches
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あめ
おそ
ある
It threatens to rain.
おまけ
じこ
事故
おそ
より
おお
きい

Also, there is a greater risk of accidents.
ちず
地図
ふくざつ
複雑
すぎ
みち
まよ
ってしまった
おそ
ある
There's concern that the map was too complicated and they may have got lost.
ちい
さな
こどもたち
子供達
せいかつ
生活
おそ
ちている

The lives of little children are full of fears.
その
うつく
しい
とり
ぜつめつ
絶滅
おそ
ある
われています

The beautiful bird is said to be in danger of dying out.
 
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