English to Czech Meaning :: alarming

Alarming :
znepokojující
- znepokojující
 
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(1) A number of investors have expressed concern at an alarming headline last week.(2) Insurance companies are warning drivers not to be heroes following the outbreak of an alarming new trend in car crime.(3) To pay such a heavy price for non-performance must have sent alarming signals to cricketers in Pakistan.(4) On the surface, the report could appear alarming .(5) I found the whole programme extremely interesting in some ways, yet alarming in others.(6) Even pedestrians, she says, find Auckland's congestion alarming .(7) The identities of the hijackers were provided by the FBI with alarming speed, some almost immediately.(8) The plight of children under 5 years of age was particularly alarming .(9) Such a policy will only worsen the already alarming housing situation.(10) The trade in souvenirs made of sea turtle shells has reached an alarming level.
Related Words
(1) alarm ::
poplach
Synonyms
Adjective
1. frightening ::
děsivý
3. shocking ::
skandální
8. worrisome ::
znepokojující
12. startling ::
překvapující
14. scary ::
strašidelný
Verb
15. frighten ::
vystrašit
16. scare ::
vyděsit
17. panic ::
panika
18. unnerve ::
vynervovat
19. distress ::
nouze
20. agitate ::
agitovat
21. upset ::
naštvaný
22. disconcert ::
znepokojit
23. shock ::
šokovat
24. dismay ::
zděšení
25. disturb ::
rušit
26. rattle ::
rachot
27. spook ::
strašidlo
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Although I do often deliver
alarming biopsy results to my patients.

Although I do often deliver ALARMING biopsy results to my patients.

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 7


...and I am producing sputum
at an alarming rate.

...and I am producing sputum at an ALARMING rate.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 11


We may be faced with an alarming number
of weddings soon.

We may be faced with an ALARMING number of weddings soon.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 5


English to Czech Dictionary: alarming

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