English → English - alarm

Pronunciation
n. alert; alarm system; anxiety, concern; fear
v. scare, terrify; frighten, intimidate
n. alarm, alert; anxiety, concern, fear

English → Spanish - alarm

Pronunciation
s. alarma, alerta, azoramiento; zumbador
v. alarmar; ser alarmante

English → French - alarm

Pronunciation
n. alerte; alarme; système d'alarme; sonnette d'alarme; inquiétude; anxiété, angoisse, peur
v. alarmer; alerter, terrifier, angoisser, intimider; inquiéter

English → German - alarm

Pronunciation
n. Alarm; Besorgnis, Angst; Alarmanlage
v. beunruhigen, erschrecken; entsetzen

English → Indonesian - alarm

Pronunciation
n. alarm, larem, tanda bahaya, beker, weker, sirene, ketakutan, kegelisahan
v. menggusarkan, menggelisahkan, menguatirkan, menakuti, menakuntukan

English → Italian - alarm

Pronunciation
s. paura, timore, preoccupazione; allarme; segnale; sveglia
v. allarmare, spaventare, impaurire; dare l'allarme a, avvertire

English → Polish - alarm

Pronunciation
n. alarm, sygnalizacja, trwoga, popłoch, strach, urządzenie alarmowe, budzik, larum, zaniepokojenie, zatroskanie, pobudka
v. alarmować, zaalarmować, przestraszyć, nastraszyć, zaniepokoić, niepokoić, zatrwożyć, płoszyć

English → Portuguese - alarm

Pronunciation
s. alarme; sistema de alarme; preocupação
v. alarmar; tocar o alarma; amedrontar

English → Romanian - alarm

Pronunciation
n. alarmă, panică, teamă, buimăceală, îngrijorare, grijă
v. alarma, da alarmă, speria, emoţiona

English → Russian - alarm

Pronunciation
с. тревога, сигнал опасности, сигнал тревоги, предупреждение об опасности, аварийная сигнализация, резкий тревожный гудок; боевая тревога, призыв к оружию; смятение, переполох, страх
г. поднять тревогу, давать сигнал тревоги; встревожить, взволновать, переполошить; волновать, пугать

English → Turkish - alarm

Pronunciation
f. alârma geçirmek, alârm vermek, ayağa kaldırmak, telaşlandırmak, korkutmak, panik yapmak
i. alârm, tehlike işareti, telaş; korku, dehşet

English → Ukrainian - alarm

Pronunciation
n. тривога, сигнал небезпеки, сигналізація: тривожна сигналізація, сум'яття, паніка, шум, крик, гуркіт, метушня, страх, алярм, збентеження, переполох, сполох
v. тривога: піднімати тривогу, тривога: піднімати по тривозі, стривожити, схвилювати, налякати, стурбувати, сполохати, збентежити, розтривожити, тривожити
a. сполошний

German → English - alarm

Pronunciation
(Air-Launched Anti-Radiation Missile) n. alert; alarm system; anxiety, concern; fear

Indonesian → English - alarm

n. alarm, danger-signal

Polish → English - alarm

n. alarm, alert, stir, tocsin, commotion

Turkish → English - alarm

Pronunciation
n. alert; alarm system; anxiety, concern; fear
v. scare, terrify; frighten, intimidate
n. alarm, alert; anxiety, concern, fear

Dutch → English - alarm

Pronunciation
n. alarm, alarm system; alert, emergency; fear

English → Dutch - alarm

Pronunciation
zn. alarm; alarminstallatie; zorgen; angst
ww. alarmeren; ontstellen

English → Greek - alarm

Pronunciation
ουσ. προειδοποίησις κινδύνου
ρήμ. τρομάζω, σημαίνω συναγερμό

German → Spanish - alarm

Pronunciation
n. alarma (f), alerta (f), rebato (m)

German → French - alarm

Pronunciation
n. alarme (f), alerte (f)

German → Italian - alarm

Pronunciation
n. allarme (m)

German → Russian - alarm

Pronunciation
n. тревога (m), сигнал тревоги (m), авария (m)

German → Turkish - alarm

Pronunciation
i. hazır ol (m), tehlike haberi (m)

Turkish → French - alarm

Pronunciation
alarme [la], alerte [la], avertisseur [le]

Turkish → German - alarm

Pronunciation
n. Lärm

Turkish → Russian - alarm

Pronunciation
n. тревога (F), будильник (M)

Dutch → French - alarm

Pronunciation
1. (algemeen) alarme (f)
2. (waarschuwing) alerte (f)

English → Arabic - alarm

Pronunciation
‏أداة انذار، هجوم مباغت، إنذار بخطر، ذعر‏
‏أرهب، أرعب، نبه إلى خطر‏

English → Chinese - alarm

Pronunciation
(名) 警报; 闹钟; 警报器; 惊慌, 恐惧, 担忧
(动) 警告, 使惊慌

English → Chinese - alarm

Pronunciation
(名) 警報; 鬧鐘; 警報器; 驚慌, 恐懼, 擔憂
(動) 警告, 使驚慌

English → Hindi - alarm

Pronunciation
n. अलार्म, ख़तरे की सूचना, आपत्ति का पूर्वसंकेत, चेतावनी, बेचैनी, खलबली, भय, जगाने का यन्त्र
v. ख़तरे की सूचना देना, डराना, चौंकाना
a. इशारे का, संके तक

English → Japanese - alarm

Pronunciation
(名) 警報; 警報器; 目覚まし時計; 驚き
(動) 怖がらせる; 警報を発する

English → Korean - alarm

Pronunciation
명. 경보, 경보기; 경보장치; 놀람, 경악; 관심
동. 무섭게 하다, 두렵게 하다; 깜짝 놀라게 하다, 협박하다

English → Vietnamese - alarm

Pronunciation
n. tiếng la nguy cấp, sự kinh hãi, máy báo động, báo động, máy đánh thức, hoảng hốt
v. báo tin nguy cấp, làm sợ hải
a. sợ hải

German → Chinese - alarm

Pronunciation
[der]警报。警告。

Definition of alarm

Pronunciation
Noun
1. A summons to arms, as on the approach of an enemy.
Arming to answer in a night alarm. --Shakespeare.
2. Any sound or information intended to give notice of approaching danger; a warning sound to arouse attention; a warning of danger.
Sound an alarm in my holy mountain. --Joel ii. 1.
3. A sudden attack; disturbance.
4. Sudden surprise with fear or terror excited by apprehension of danger; in the military use, commonly, sudden apprehension of being attacked by surprise.
Alarm and resentment spread throughout the camp. --Thomas Babington Macaulay.
5. A mechanical device for awaking people, or rousing their attention.
The clockradio is a friendlier version of the cold alarm by the bedside
6. An instance of an alarum ringing or clanging, to give a noise signal at a certain time.
You should set the alarm on your watch to go off at seven o'clock.
Verb
7. To call to arms for defense
8. To give (someone) notice of approaching danger
9. To rouse to vigilance and action; to put on the alert.
10. To surprise with apprehension of danger; to fill with anxiety in regard to threatening evil; to excite with sudden fear.
11. To keep in excitement; to disturb.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: alarming
Present: alarm (3.person: alarms)
Past: alarmed
Future: will alarm
Present conditional: would alarm
Present Perfect: have alarmed (3.person: has alarmed)
Past Perfect: had alarmed
Future Perfect: will have alarmed
Past conditional: would have alarmed
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