worry

worry
I ['wʌrɪ] n
1) беспокойство, тревога, озабоченность, волнение

His biggest worry is his son's health. — Его больше всего волнует/тревожит здоровье сына.

He showed signs of worry. — У него был встревоженный вид.

He showed no signs of worry. — Он не проявлял никаких признаков беспокойства.

It is a great worry to me to leave the children alone in the house. — Я очень беспокоюсь, когда оставляю детей одних в доме.

- mental worry and nervous strain
- signs of worry
- source of worry
- cause worry
2) (часто pl) заботы

He doesn't have any worries. — У него нет никаких забот.

This boy has always been a great worry to me. — Этот мальчишка всегда доставлял мне массу забот.

What a worry that child is! — Не ребенок, а одни мучения!

- life is full of worries
- let that be my worry
3) (обыкновенно pl) неприятности, трудности, заботы

That is the least of my worries. — Меня это меньше всего трогает

- family worries
- little domestic worries
II ['wʌrɪ] v
1) беспокоить, тревожить, волновать

What is worrying you? — Что вас волнует?

Don't let that worry you. — Пусть это вас не беспокоит.

His old wound (his bad leg, his toothache) worries him a great deal. — Его сильно беспокоит старая рана (больная нога, зубная боль).

Don't worry your head about him. — Не ломай себе голову из-за него.

I don't like worrying neighbours. — Я не люблю беспокоить соседей.

- worry smb
2) волноваться, беспокоиться, тревожиться

She mustn't be worried by such trifles. — Нельзя допустить, чтобы такие пустяки причиняли ей беспокойство.

I'm a bit worried that he gets very little exercise. — Меня беспокоит, что он мало двигается.

She worries over (about) little things. — Она волнуется по всяким пустякам.

- be worried about smth, smb
- worry about smth
- worry about what will happen
3) раздражать, беспокоить

You mustn't worry him with questions. — Не надоедайте ему вопросами.

Don't worry him with new demands. — Не одолевайте его новыми требованиями.

She always worries him for money. — Она все время пристает к нему, требуя еще денег.

Don't worry trying to find the key. — Не трудитесь и не ищите ключ/не утруждайтесь поисками ключа

- worry smb with smth
- worry doing smth

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

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  • Worry — Wor ry, n.; pl. {Worries}. A state of undue solicitude; a state of disturbance from care and anxiety; vexation; anxiety; fret; as, to be in a worry. The whir and worry of spindle and of loom. Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • worry — ► VERB (worries, worried) 1) feel or cause to feel troubled over actual or potential difficulties. 2) annoy or disturb. 3) (of a dog or other carnivorous animal) tear at or pull about with the teeth. 4) (of a dog) chase and attack (livestock,… …   English terms dictionary

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  • Worry — Wor ry, v. i. To feel or express undue care and anxiety; to manifest disquietude or pain; to be fretful; to chafe; as, the child worries; the horse worries. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • worry — I noun affliction, annoyance, anxiety, apprehension, apprehensiveness, care, concern, consternation, difficulty, discomfort, discomposure, dismay, disquiet, distress, distress one s self, dread, fear, tearfulness, grief, malaise, mental agitation …   Law dictionary

  • worry — wor|ry1 W2S1 [ˈwʌri US ˈwə:ri] v past tense and past participle worried present participle worrying third person singular worries ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(be anxious)¦ 2 don t worry 3¦(make somebody anxious)¦ 4 not to worry 5 nothing to worry about …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • worry — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ big, considerable, great, main, major, serious ▪ Paying the mortgage is a big worry for many people. ▪ Her mothe …   Collocations dictionary

  • worry — 1 verb 1 BE ANXIOUS (I) to be anxious or unhappy about something so that you think about it a lot (+ about): You ve really got no need to worry about your weight. | worry that: He s worried that he might lose his job. (+ over): Dad worries over… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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