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British pronunciation/skˈeəɹ ˈɒf/
American pronunciation/skˈɛɹ ˈɔf/
to scare off
[phrase form: scare]
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to intimidate and frighten someone

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to cause fear in a person or an animal so that they choose to move away or retreat from a particular location or situation

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The persistent rumors scared off potential investors.
The aggressive behavior of the rival team may scare off some of our players.
The intense thunderstorm and heavy rain can scare off campers from staying in the woods.
The bright lights in the garden are meant to scare off pests like raccoons.
The barking dog scared off the burglars attempting to break into the house.
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