concern, worry, headache, vexation(noun)
something or someone that causes anxiety; a source of unhappiness
"New York traffic is a constant concern"; "it's a major worry"
headache, business concern, annoying, cephalalgia, business organisation, botheration, trouble, business organization, chafe, head ache, care, irritation, business, vexation, annoyance, concern, fear
a strong feeling of anxiety
"his worry over the prospect of being fired"; "it is not work but worry that kills"; "he wanted to die and end his troubles"
be worried, concerned, anxious, troubled, or uneasy
"I worry about my job"
be concerned with
"I worry about my grades"
disturb the peace of mind of; afflict with mental agitation or distress
"I cannot sleep--my daughter's health is worrying me"
shake up, baffle, stick, perplex, raise up, get, nark, mystify, flummox, commove, bother, agitate, care, rile, concern, gravel, nonplus, occupy, get to, dumbfound, nettle, chafe, get at, beat, irritate, amaze, annoy, puzzle, bewilder, rag, vex, stupefy, interest, stir up, disturb, pose, devil
concern, interest, occupy, worry(verb)
be on the mind of
"I worry about the second Germanic consonant shift"
lodge in, invade, occupy, touch, engross, care, use up, matter to, have-to doe with, touch on, absorb, engage, busy, fill, come to, relate, refer, reside, interest, take, pertain, bear on, vex, concern
lacerate by biting
"the dog worried his bone"
touch or rub constantly
"The old man worried his beads"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Anxiety is, according to its derivation, a choking disquiet, akin to anguish; anxiety is mental; anguish may be mental or physical; anguish is in regard to the known, anxiety in regard to the unknown; anguish is because of what has happened, anxiety because of what may happen. Anxiety refers to some future event, always suggesting hopeful possibility, and thus differing from apprehension, fear, dread, foreboding, terror, all of which may be quite despairing. In matters within our reach, anxiety always stirs the question whether something can not be done, and is thus a valuable spur to doing; in this respect it is allied to care. Foreboding, dread, etc., commonly incapacitate for all helpful thought or endeavor. Worry is a more petty, restless, and manifest anxiety; anxiety may be quiet and silent; worry is communicated to all around. Solicitude is a milder anxiety. Fretting or fretfulness is a weak complaining without thought of accomplishing or changing anything, but merely as a relief to one's own disquiet. Perplexity often involves anxiety, but may be quite free from it. A student may be perplexed regarding a translation, yet, if he has time enough, not at all anxious regarding it.
Anxiety for a friend's return; anxiety about, in regard to, or concerning the future.
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a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances.
"he's obviously under a lot of stress"Submitted by rinat on August 15, 2019
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How to use worry in a sentence?
The behavior of our eastern brother can not fail to worry us, we are not a gigantic state, we do not have nuclear weapons, but our army is sufficiently capable to respond to any threat... Therefore we will protect our patch of land, our statehood, and our independence.
We are not going to stop our work, dont you worry about that.
This is a very important factor, the falling dollar has removed a major worry for the market.
With the uptick in interest rates, with the Fed signaling two more rate hikes this year, and with people waiting for the bogeyman around the corner, there is real worry that the loan market may be starting to turn, borrowers are getting a sense that if that happens they're going to have to pay more, so they want to get into the market sooner rather than later.
Alongside much (higher) levels of capital, a much longer list of requirements have been produced and I worry that they've switched the pendulum too far...and are unlikely to address the designated problems.
Translations for worry
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- amoinar-se, angoixa, preocupar-se, preocupació, preocupar, amoinarCatalan, Valencian
- starost, znepokojovat, dělat starostiCzech
- пєштиOld Church Slavonic, Church Slavonic, Old Bulgarian
- Sorge, besorgen, besorgt, sich Sorgen machenGerman
- dzitsitsi, tsi dziEwe
- ανησυχία, ανησυχώ, έγνοια, έννοιαGreek
- ĉagreni, ĉagreniĝi, ĉagreno, zorgo, zorgiEsperanto
- preocupación, preocupar, estar preocupado, zozobra, inquietar, inquietarse, preocuparseSpanish
- tehdä, harmi, huolia, huolestuttaa, huolestunut, huoli, huolehtia, ärsyttääFinnish
- souci, angoisse, harceler, inquiéter, s'inquiéterFrench
- cuir dragh air, iomagainScottish Gaelic
- הדאיג, דאגה, דאגHebrew
- aggodalom, aggódikHungarian
- disturbare, preoccupazione, preoccuparsiItalian
- 噛む, 振り回す, せがむ, 困らす, 気にする, 心配, じらす, 悩ますJapanese
- 근심, 걱정, 걱정하다Korean
- ترساندن, ترسKurdish
- SuergLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- гри́жа, га́јлеMacedonian
- risau, ريساو, بيمبڠ, رونسيڠ, bimbang, runsingMalay
- bezorgd, zorgenDutch
- tʼáadoo leʼé iʼdiiłʼá, yínííł naʼadáNavajo, Navaho
- preocupação, preocupar, preocupar-sePortuguese
- забо́та, волне́ние, волнова́ться, беспоко́йство, трево́га, беспоко́иться, пережива́тьRussian
- давити, гушити, бринути, brinuti, daviti, gušitiSerbo-Croatian
- sätta tänderna i, trakassera, ängslan, hetsa, ansätta, oroa, oroa sig, oro, bekymmerSwedish
- దిగులు, చింతించు, చింతTelugu
- endişe, tasa, endişelendirmek, kaygı, korkutmak, kaygılandırmakTurkish
- lo, lo lắng, lo ngạiVietnamese
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