Hindi translation of 'worry'
worry /ˈwʌri, Am ˈwɜːri ˈवरी Am ˈवअरी/
Word forms: worries, worrying, worried
1. intransitive verb
If you worry, you keep thinking about a problem or about something unpleasant that might happen.
Don't worry; your luggage will come on afterwards by taxi.
I worry about her constantly.
I'm worried about what is going to happen to us.
2. transitive verb
If someone or something worries you, they cause you to worry.
चिंता में डालना
'Why didn't you tell us?' — 'I didn't want to worry you.'
3. uncountable noun
Worry is the state or feeling of anxiety and unhappiness caused by the problems that you have or by thinking about unpleasant things that might happen.
It's a wonderful life, except for the financial worry.
4. countable noun
A worry is a problem that you keep thinking about and that makes you unhappy.
My main worry was that she would still be there.
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Example Sentences Including 'worry'
Adrina had never had to worry about where her next meal was coming from.TREASON KEEP (2001)
His frustration was a palpable thing and his worry enough to make him physically sick.TREASON KEEP (2001)
The tag line was: `Take the worry out of monthly bills with Home Finance.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
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'worry' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَقْلَقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: afligir-se
- Chinese: 烦恼
- Croatian: brinuti se
- Czech: strachovat se
- Danish: bekymre (sig)
- Dutch: zorgen maken (zich)
- European Spanish: preocuparse
- Finnish: olla huolissaan
- French: s’inquiéter
- German: sorgen (sich)
- Greek: ανησυχώ
- Italian: preoccuparsi
- Japanese: 心配する
- Korean: 걱정하다
- Norwegian: engste (seg)
- Polish: zmartwić się martwić się
- Portuguese: afligir-se
- Romanian: a (se) îngrijora
- Russian: беспокоиться
- Spanish: preocuparse
- Swedish: oroa sig
- Thai: วิตกกังวล
- Turkish: endişe etmek
- Ukrainian: хвилюватися
- Vietnamese: lo lắng
Translation of worry from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary