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arredrarse ante algo exp.
to shrink away from sth

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
v.
to be overawed by sth
v.
shut one's eyes to sth
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to take off one's hat to sth
(MODISMOS)
exp.
unmoved
exp.
undaunted
exp.
to be accountable {o} answerable to sb for sth
exp.
to be faced with the prospect of doing sth
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arredrar

  
a       vt  
1    (=asustar)   to scare, frighten
2    (=hacer retirarse)   to drive back  
(=apartar)  
to remove, separate
b    arredrarse             vpr  
1    (=intimidarse)   to be scared, be frightened  
arredrarse ante algo      to shrink away from sth  
sin arredrarse      unmoved, undaunted  
2    (=retirarse)   to draw back, move away     ( de      from)  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"arredrarse ante algo": examples and translations in context
No deben ustedes arredrarse ante un simple cambio de hábito que no cambia para nada su estado. You should not balk at a simple change of habit, which changes nothing about your status.
Un Gobierno que ha luchado tan valerosamente por la independencia no debe arredrarse ante los obstáculos legales o de otra índole que se le interpongan. A Government that had so bravely fought for independence should not be deterred by legal and other obstacles in its way.
No pensé en otra cosa ante algo así. If she didn't let them in, then my sister wasn't really dead.
Pero ahora estábamos ante algo completamente distinto. Now, here it comes, and they're totally different.
Incredulidad ante algo que parecía imposible, o una broma de mal gusto. Incredulity in the face of a thing that seemed impossible, or an ugly joke.
Porque quiere ver mi reacción ante algo distinto. 'Cause he's curious about what my reaction will be to something else.
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