English vocabulary and translations (See all)
This government worries me; these politicians are so unpredictable.
a worry: a concern, a preoccupation, a problem
My exam is my main worry at the moment.
worrying (news): disturbing, troubling (news)
UK: I'm very worried about George. He's talking to himself.
US: Don't worry, that's nothing. Last week he was walking backwards.
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