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Definition of 'restless'

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The sun and moon link the two work zones in your chart and can make you feel restless. The Sun (2016)As an adolescent he would wander the streets of Montreal at night consumed with restless energy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They were still restless at the convention. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Why might young men be getting restless faster? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Which makes me feel like a restless human. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And some of her less familiar tracks left the audience a little restless. The Sun (2010)You sense it is already causing a few restless nights. The Sun (2007)The arts are not for the bored and restless looking for something to pass a few hours. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The reality is that leaders get restless if they are forced to sit still for long. Christianity Today (2000)The foxes feel restless without their escape route. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This is a common reason for a restless night. The Sun (2016)That may account for his restless determination to get things done. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Other clues are weight loss and feeling restless. The Sun (2012)Perhaps these dark thoughts are why he can be restless at night. Times, Sunday Times (2012)People getting restless at a festive family do? The Sun (2012)You're restless and anxious about opportunities passing you by. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The audience became restless towards the end, and no wonder. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The audience was growing restless. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But I would be restless and bored. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was boredom personified -- restless, impatient to be away. Ziegler, Philip King Edward VIII - The Official Biography (1990)Then, restless and dissatisfied, she decided to escape. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Some may feel anxious, restless, irritable or dizzy. Aiken, Nick Working with Teenagers (1994) Still, his restless, slightly neurotic stage manner held our attention until the end. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Significantly, the audience was restless, not rapt. Times, Sunday Times (2009)

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British English: restless /ˈrɛstlɪs/ ADJECTIVE
If you are restless, you are bored or dissatisfied, and want to do something else.
I got restless and applied for a new job.
  • American English: restless
  • Arabic: قَلِق
  • Brazilian Portuguese: inquieto
  • Chinese: 不安宁的
  • Croatian: nemiran
  • Czech: neklidný
  • Danish: hvileløs
  • Dutch: rusteloos
  • European Spanish: inquieto
  • Finnish: levoton
  • French: agité
  • German: ruhelos
  • Greek: αεικίνητος
  • Italian: irrequieto
  • Japanese: 落ち着かない
  • Korean: 불안한
  • Norwegian: rastløs
  • Polish: niespokojny
  • European Portuguese: inquieto
  • Romanian: neliniștit
  • Russian: беспокойный
  • Latin American Spanish: inquieto
  • Swedish: rastlös
  • Thai: เบื่อและไม่พอใจ
  • Turkish: huzursuz
  • Ukrainian: неспокійний
  • Vietnamese: bất ổn

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