English - Vietnamese Dictionary
- thời quá khứ & động tính từ quá khứ của worry
- tính từ
- (+about somebody/something; that ) bồn chồn, lo nghĩ, cảm thấy lo lắng, tỏ ra lo lắng
'wɜrɪd /'wʌ-Thesaurus Dictionary
+afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief
+mentally upset over possible misfortune or danger etc
+something or someone that causes anxiety; a source of unhappiness
+a strong feeling of anxiety
+be worried, concerned, anxious, troubled, or uneasy
+be concerned with
+disturb the peace of mind of; afflict with mental agitation or distress
+be on the mind of
+lacerate by biting
+touch or rub constantly
Advanced English Dictionary
fearful, apprehensive, anxious, distressed, nervous, uneasy, anguished, disquieted, agonized, agonizing, distraught, on edge, on tenterhooks, ill at ease, troubled, fretful, agitated, perturbed, upset, suffering:
The two worried mothers waited at the police station for news of their children.
+ adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
~ (about sb/sth)
~ (by sth)
~ (that ...) thinking about unpleasant things that have happened or that might happen and therefore feeling unhappy and afraid: Don't look so worried! + I'm not worried about her-she can take care of herself. + Doctors are worried about the possible spread of the disease. + We're not too worried by these results. + The police are worried that the man may be armed. + Where have you been? I've been worried sick (= extremely worried). + I was worried you wouldn't come. + Try not to get worried. + She gave me a worried look.
worriedly adverb: He glanced worriedly at his father.
Idioms: you had me worried (spoken) used to tell sb that you were worried because you had not understood what they had said correctly: You had me worried for a moment-I thought you were going to resign!
worried / concerned / anxious / nervous / excited
Worried is a common word that describes how you feel when you are thinking about a problem or something bad that might happen: Where have you been? I was worried about you.
Concerned is usually used when you are talking about a problem that affects another person, society, the world, etc: She's very concerned about the environment. + Police are concerned for the boy's safety.
Anxious describes a stronger feeling and is more formal: We were anxious about the children's safety. It can also describe a person who always worries a lot:
a very anxious parent. You can say that you are anxious to do sth when you want something very much, but do not use it when you are talking about something pleasant that you are looking forward to:
I am anxious to find out what's happened. + I'm very anxious about your arrival.
Nervous suggests that you are also frightened and it is used to describe how you feel before you do something very important such as a concert performance, an interview, etc., or something unpleasant. It can describe a person who is often worried and frightened: a thin, nervous girl.
Excited is nearly always used to describe a positive, happy feeling, especially when you are looking forward to something pleasant: I'm getting very excited about my trip to Australia.
If you want to talk about a person who quickly gets too enthusiastic and excited about things, you can use the word excitable, not 'nervous': She is very kind and friendly, but a bit excitable.
be, feel, look, seem | get
I started to get worried when they didn't arrive home.
deeply, desperately, dreadfully, extremely, frantically, genuinely, particularly, really, seriously, terribly, very | increasingly | a bit, quite, rather, slightly | rightly
Citizens in inner-city areas are desperately worried and rightly so.
We were really worried about you!
She was worried sick about her son.
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