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    a specific verb

    Is there a verb in English that we use to refer to a baby´s or a dog´s reaction when seeing someone such as a neighbor? I mean, what verb can I use to complete the sentence the baby cried/the dog barked because it ____________ the neighbor?


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    Re: a specific verb

    Quote Originally Posted by beachboy View Post
    Is there a verb in English that we use to refer to a baby´s or a dog´s reaction when seeing someone such as a neighbor? I mean, what verb can I use to complete the sentence the baby cried/the dog barked because it ____________ the neighbor?
    Here are a few, BB.

    be shy of

    didn't know

    be frightened of/be terrified by/be scared of/...

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