- adj.焦虑的，烦恼的; 令人担心的
- 副词: worryingly;
My own view is that we can have a relationship without worrying where it will end.
I have sleepless nights worrying about her.
Too much time is spent worrying over that which one can't change.
It's worrying that they're doing things without training.
He couldn't help worrying obsessively about what would happen.
Her determined romanticism was worrying me.
"It's worrying, isn't it?" – "Absolutely."
Children use fantasy to explore worrying aspects of real life.
Poor Donald's been worrying himself silly.
It's no good worrying about it now.
Stop worrying about what you're feeling. Let yourself go.
I don't stay awake at night worrying about that.
Cross chided himself for worrying.
She is always worrying about little things.
Those hotels are worrying out ways to increase services.
We stopped worrying about the ship's safe arrival when she sailed into the harbor with all her flags flying.
I could see the dog in the garden, worrying at a bone.
The proportion of imports to exports is worrying the government.
The scarcity of skilled workers is worrying the government.
I see you worrying on my account, but really I don't mind.
The disappearance of a schoolgirl was very worrying among the teachers.
She is worrying the problem out.
The dog is worrying the rat.
A long period of worrying led to her nervous prostration.
Why do you keep worrying me?
What's the use of just worrying and doing nothing about it?
This is really worrying!
真叫人心焦 啊 !
What profit is there in worrying?
You should learn to read a person's thoughts from his face. Anyone can see she's worrying about something.
你这人 真 不识眉眼高低, 谁都看得出她正在发愁呢.
My coworkers have been worrying about health conditions and complaining about safety hazards in the workplace.
1. the act of harassing someone
2. the act of moving something by repeated tugs or pushes;
"vigorous worrying finally loosened the saw"
1. causing distress or worry or anxiety;
"distressing (or disturbing) news"
"lived in heroic if something distressful isolation"
"a disturbing amount of crime"
"a revelation that was most perturbing"
"a new and troubling thought"
"in a particularly worrisome predicament"
"a worrying situation"
"a worrying time"