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词组、短语、俚语及习惯用语
• worry about
担心。
• worry along
熬过,不顾困难设法进行。
• worry beads
排忧串珠。
• worry down
好容易吞下。
• worry oneself
自找烦恼。
• worry out
绞尽脑汁解决。
• worry the sword
(击剑中)连续快速戳刺以乱对方阵脚。


wor.ry

worry的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [ˈwə:i:, ˈwʌri:]
KK音标发音: [ˈwɜi, ˈwʌri]

worry的词性:
v.(动词)

worried[w?r“?d, w?r“-] worryingworries[w?r“?z, w?r“-]

worry的词性:
v.intr.(不及物动词)

1. To feel uneasy or concerned about something; be troubled.See Synonyms at brood
焦虑:为某事感到不安、担心;烦恼参见 brood

2. To pull or tear at something with or as if with the teeth.
撕咬:用或象用牙拖或撕开某物

3. To proceed doggedly in the face of difficulty or hardship; struggle:
奋斗,挣扎:在困难或艰难面前不屈不挠;奋斗:

用法与例句:

worried along at the problem.
一直为这个问题挣扎

worry的词性:
v.tr.(及物动词)

4. To cause to feel anxious, distressed, or troubled.See Synonyms at trouble
使烦恼:使感到焦虑、沮丧或烦恼参见 trouble

5. To bother or annoy, as with petty complaints.
烦扰:因一点小委屈而打搅或使烦恼

6. To seize with the teeth and shake or tug at repeatedly:
撕咬:用牙齿咬往并来回摇晃或用力拖拉:

用法与例句:

a dog worrying a bone.
撕啃着骨头的狗

7. To attack roughly and repeatedly; harass.
骚扰:不断粗暴地侵袭;折磨

8. To touch, move, or handle idly; toy with:
拨弄:闲闲地摸一摸,挪一挪或碰两下;把弄:

用法与例句:

worrying the loose tooth with his tongue.
用他的舌头拨弄那颗松动的牙齿

worry的词性:
n.(名词)

【复数】 worries

9. The act of worrying or the condition of being worried; persistent mental uneasiness.See Synonyms at anxiety
忧虑,烦恼:担忧的行为或处于担忧的状况;一直精神不安参见 anxiety

10. A source of nagging concern or uneasiness.
忧虑的事:令人烦恼不安的担忧或不安的原因

worry的习惯用语

11. There is nothing to worry about; there is no need to be concerned:
没什么可担心的;没必要着急的:

用法与例句:

“But not to worry: it all . . . falls into place in the book's second half, where the language is plainer”(Hallowell Bowser)
“但别担心:它全都在书的后半部分,那儿的语言浅显一些”(哈洛韦尔·鲍瑟)

worry的词源:

12. Middle English werien, worien [to strangle]
中古英语 werien, worien [抑制,束缚]

13. from Old English wyrgan * see wer- 2
源自 古英语 wyrgan *参见 wer- 2

worry的词性:
n.(名词)

worry的注释:

14. “Don't worry” is a much milder injunction than it once would have been, for the word worry has softened its sense greatly over the course of its history. Its Old English ancestor, wyrgan, meant “to strangle.” Its Middle English descendant, worien, kept this sense and developed the new sense “to grasp by the throat with the teeth and lacerate” or “to kill or injure by biting and shaking.” This is the way wolves or dogs might attack sheep, for example. In the 16th century worry began to be used in the sense “to harass, as by rough treatment or attack,” or “to assault verbally,” and in the 17th century the word took on the sense “to bother, distress, or persecute.” It was a small step from this sense to the main modern senses “to cause to feel anxious or distressed” and “to feel troubled or uneasy,” first recorded in the 19th century.
与过去相比,“别担心”这句话的命令意味减少了许多,因为随着历史的变迁worry 这个词的“攻击性”意味大大削弱了。 其古英语中的前身wyrgan, 意为“扼杀”。 在中世纪英语中的worien 保留了这个意思并衍生出一个新意思“用牙齿咬住喉咙并且撕裂”或“咬住并来回甩动以杀死或伤害”。 例如,这是狼或狗袭击羊的方式。16世纪,worry 开始含有“以粗暴手段或袭击方式来骚扰”,“口头攻击”的意思, 到了17世纪这个词产生了“干扰、使焦虑和烦扰”的意思。19世纪,这个词义向前发展了一点,产生了适用于当代的主要意思“使感到焦虑或痛苦”和“感到烦恼或不安”