disquiet

US [dɪsˈkwaɪət]
UK [dɪs'kwaɪət]
  • n.不安;忧虑;烦恼
  • v.使不安
  • Web使忧虑;担心;焦虑
Simple Present:disquiets  Present Participle:disquieting  Past Participle:disquieted  
disquiet
n.
1.
[u]
~ (about/over sth)
不安;忧虑;烦恼feelings of worry and unhappiness about sth
There is considerable public disquiet about the safety of the new trains.
公众对新型列车的安全深感忧虑。

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