adjective: Filled with fear: afraid of ghosts; afraid to die; afraid for his life.
adjective: Having feelings of aversion or unwillingness in regard to something: not afraid of hard work; afraid to show emotion.
adjective: Filled with regret or concern. Used especially to soften an unpleasant statement: I'm afraid you're wrong.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Well if Hope/Change/Hope/Change is a broken record what the heck is * be afraid, be very afraid*?
"Captain, we have had hard times of it out there, but _don't be afraid, don't be afraid_."
Let him go, and he will walk the streets with a swagger, and boast that you were afraid to touch him -- _afraid_, gentlemen -- and children and women will point after him as the man who has sent nine others into eternity, and who yet walks the streets a free man.
And I'm afraid of what'll come to the child without me; I'm _afraid_, Mr. Peter.
"I'll tell you something I want you to do and you're afraid to do it -- you're _afraid_."