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worry in English:

1. about


Think about it.
Something you should know about me is that I spend a lot of time reading.
Tom asked Mary to see about getting front row seats at the Lady Gaga concert.
Didn't you know that he passed away about two years ago?
How far is it from here to your school? "It's about ten minute's walk."
Sooner or later, every parent has to have a talk with their children about the birds and the bees.
I asked many people about the store, but no one had heard of it.
Complaining about something is one way to adapt yourself to a new environment.
Even when she thought about something else, ideas of death returned to her mind.
He wasn't about to pass up that once-in-a-lifetime chance.
Prime numbers are like life; they are completely logical, but impossible to find the rules for, even if you spend all your time thinking about it.
We argued with each other about the best place for a holiday.
A mysterious legend has been handed down about this lake.
Sorry, but it all came about so suddenly that I haven't got a handle on the situation yet.

2. unease


Her unease was infectious.
As Kate waited for exam results, her sense of unease grew
Will shared his unease.
What you're saying is perfectly viable, but I can't shake off my unease.

English word "worry"(unease) occurs in sets:

Sprawdzian słówka readingi pt.1

3. with a weight on sb's mind



English word "worry"(with a weight on sb's mind) occurs in sets:

Słowa słowa słowa 2

4. a


It's a surprise.
Half a million children still face malnutrition in Niger.
It took me more than two hours to translate a few pages of English.
It almost scared me not to see you online for a whole day.
If you don't want to put on sunscreen, that's your problem. Just don't come complaining to me when you get a sunburn.
He compiled a Japanese folklore anthology for use in schools.
Your words of encouragement meant a lot to me.
Your dream of becoming a baseball player will come true if you try hard.
Once you skip a lesson, it's hard to catch up with your classmates.
The policeman talked to the children in as friendly a manner as he could.
Hypothetically a person can live a perfect life without sinning.
He is a primary school teacher, so he is used to dealing with children.
In addition to taking the regular tests, we have to hand in a long essay.
Will it be necessary for us to buy a book for this class?
Who can read the heroic deeds of brave men without a feeling of respect and admiration?

5. worry


Don't worry.
If I tell my mother, she'll worry, so I don't think I'll tell her.
Don't worry. He may look intimidating at first glance, but he's actually a very friendly person.
My biggest worry is about where my next meal will come from.
You will save your father a lot of worry if you simply write him a letter.
Hiroshi is worn out with worry since he lost the only copy of the book he needed for his report.
Although marriage is a great thing, don't worry; what should be yours will be yours.
In the first place, the women have more free time than men. In the second place, they have fewer things to worry about than men.
We should bear in mind that only relaxed people living without too much pressure and worry have a chance to keep healthy.
Ha-ha-ha-hah! No worry! I brazenly bluffed.
Not worrying about anything is the same as being dead, since worry is the movement of the soul, and life is movement.
You worry about yourself. If you put your back out and can't stand we'll go home without you!
I'm never free from worry about my son. Nowadays, he does nothing but play video games, and never studies at all.
It may not appeal to some, but I prefer to remain a salaried man; I don't have to worry so much about making both ends meet.
When they pass through strong wind, the planes rock like this, but don't worry.

6. a problem that you are anxious about or are not sure how to deal with or the feeling of being anxious about something



7. worried


Washington was worried.
If I could only speak English half as well as you can, I wouldn't be worried about traveling around the world.
Many parents are worried their children are not being given a basic understanding of numbers.
He'll never show it, but I think that deep down, he's seriously worried.
It looks like it may rain today. I'm worried that our cherry-blossom-viewing party might be canceled.
The worried housewife heard the telephone ring and quickly picked up the receiver.
While welcoming the firming up of the present government policy to abandon the proposal of the reform bill to the Diet, at the same time some are worried that Prime Minister Koizumi won't clearly state the bill's withdrawal.
Judging by her expression, she looked worried.
I'm worried because the dentist I went to recently told me, "You've got periodontitis alright".
The ticket clerk found baggage placed under a bench in the hall, and the ticking sound inside it made him worried.
When I got worried and went to check on him, it looked like he'd barricaded himself in the department's toilet and wasn't coming out.
The corners of his lips showed a bluish tinge that really worried the nurse.
You can't find five minutes to call your worried mother?
This is the gladdest I've seen him since his mother died. He'd been in a funk for so long and, God, I was so worried about him.
Worried, the shopkeeper ran over and kneeled beside Dima, who was breathing heavily - his forehead covered in sweat.

English word "worry"(worried) occurs in sets:

1.2 TRY SOMETHING NEW: FEELINGS

8. a feeling of being unhappy and frightened about something



English word "worry"(a feeling of being unhappy and frightened about something) occurs in sets:

UNIT 1 - rzeczowniki

9. worry about


They tell you not to worry about it
A lot of people are worry about what life will be like in the future

English word "worry"(worry about) occurs in sets:

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10. anxiety


Recently what with anxiety and lack of sleep, she has lost almost ten pounds.
I think I'm going to pass out and I nearly die from anxiety.
anger, anxiety and sadness
It is certain that the increase of divorce will lead to anxiety between couples, parents and children.
Using a camera appeases the anxiety which the work driven feel about not working when they are on vacation and supposed to be having fun. They have something to do that is like a friendly imitation of work: they can take pictures.
The anxiety of sellers to avail of prices which look very high.
The animal lacks both anxiety and hope because its consciousness is restricted to what is clearly evident and thus to the present moment: the animal is the present incarnate.
to score high on measures of depression and anxiety than women with normal or high cholesterol.
calm down is the best way to cope with own anxiety, but that can be very difficult and ineffective
Laughing is good for you, isn't it? True, it can reduce anger, anxiety and stress, but according to the BMJ, laughter can occasionally have harmful side-effects for certain people.
An example of anxiety is the feeling you get before a test for which you have not studied.
I'd stop worrying about it and take some action. The anxiety that comes from doing nothing is worse than any danger you might face.
The government-commissioned survey revealed that other issues, such as dog mess and abandoned vehicles, also cause so much anxiety that they can affect our quality of life.
Dr. Thatcher diagnosed her patient with generalized anxiety disorder because his symptoms didn't point to other diagnoses.

11. a strong feeling of anxiety