worry

worry
{'wʌri}
I. 1. тревожа (се), безпокоя (се), не давам/нямам мира/спокойствие, дразня, ядосвам, тормозя
to wear a worried look изглеждам разтревожен/угрижен/неспокоен
I should WORRY разг. хич не ме засяга, не ме е грижа
not to WORRY разг. няма причина за безпокойствие, не се тревожи
to WORRY along/through разг. преодолявам трудности, оправям се, постигам с упоритост
2. хапя, давя, душа, ръфам (плячка за куче)
II. 1. грижа, тревога, безпокойство, неприятности
2. причина за/причинител на тревога/безпокойство
3. давене, душeне (на плячка от куче)
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{'w^ri} v 1. тревожа (се), безпокоя (се); не давам/нямам мира/с(2) {'w^ri} n 1. грижа, тревога, безпокойство; неприятности; 2.
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ядосвам; ям; яд; угриженост; тревожа; притеснявам; безпокоя се; грижа;
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1. i should worry разг. хич не ме засяга, не ме е грижа 2. i. тревожа (се), безпокоя (се), не давам/нямам мира/спокойствие, дразня, ядосвам, тормозя 3. ii. грижа, тревога, безпокойство, неприятности 4. not to worry разг. няма причина за безпокойствие, не се тревожи 5. to wear a worried look изглеждам разтревожен/угрижен/неспокоен 6. to worry along/through разг. преодолявам трудности, оправям се, постигам с упоритост 7. давене, душeне (на плячка от куче) 8. причина за/причинител на тревога/безпокойство 9. хапя, давя, душа, ръфам (плячка за куче)
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worry[´wʌri] I. v 1. мъча (се), измъчвам (се), ядосвам (се), безпокоя (се), грижа се, не давам спокойствие (на), не оставям на мира, вадя душата на, дразня; to \worry o.s. ям се, кося се, тревожа се; to be worried (sick) угрижен, кахърен, неспокоен съм (поболявам се от тревоги, притеснения); to wear a worried look изглеждам угрижен (кахърен, неспокоен); to \worry the life out of вадя душата, вгорчавам живота на; I shouldn't \worry разг. не ме е грижа; 2. късам, разкъсвам, ръфам; хващам със зъби (за животно); 3. тласкам, бутам, мушкам; II. n 1. грижа, грижи, яд, ядове, безпокойство, безпокойства, безпокойствие, безпокойствия, кахър, кахъри, угриженост; financial worries финансови неприятности; 2. нещо, което причинява грижа, безпокойство; what a \worry that child is! какво безпокойство (какви ядове) ми причинява това дете! 3. късане; разкъсване, ръфане; хващане със зъби.

English-Bulgarian dictionary. 2013.

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