- v.担心（ worry的第三人称单数 ）; 为…发愁; （使）困扰; （使）烦恼
Share prices and trading have been dulled by worries over the war.
Our therapists will show you how to clear your mind of worries.
Why couldn't he ever rid himself of those thoughts, those worries?
Privately, she worries about whether she's really good enough.
The president's impulsiveness often worries his advisers.
She hid her worries behind an air of insouciance.
She wanted to enjoy her retirement without being beset by financial worries.
The bank manager has ironed out all my worries about money.
He conceals his worries behind a mask of nonchalance.
The man of Qi worries in case the sky should fall.
The child has a bad cough and it rather worries her.
She danced away her worries.
Worries and tenseness can lead to insomnia.
He put his worries away for the weekend.
She poured out her worries to the doctor.
The rush to distribute the devices worries some professors, who say that students are less likely to participate in class if they are multi-tasking.