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Pīnyīn
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sullen / depressed / melancholy / dejected
HSK 6
fears of trouble in the rear (idiom); family worries (obstructing freedom of action) / worries about the future consequences / often in negative expressions, meaning "no worries about anything"
HSK 6
carefree and without worries (idiom)
HSK 6
to worry / to be concerned
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to worry / to concern oneself with / worried / anxiety / sorrow / (literary) to observe mourning
secret concern / private worry
(psychology) depression
concerned / worried / disturbed / anxious
distressed / laden with grief
to worry / anxiety (about)
internal trouble and outside aggression (idiom); in a mess both domestically and abroad
to share tribulations / to help sb with worries and difficulties
to sleep peacefully (idiom) / (fig.) to rest easy / to be free of worries
suffering / misery / hardship
man of Qǐ fears the sky falling (idiom); groundless fears
to have mixed feelings (about sth)
to resolve a difficult situation and leave worries behind (idiom)
to be worried
to be anxious and worried / agitated / pensive
worrying / bleak
to report only the good news, not the bad news / to hold back unpleasant news / to sweep bad news under the carpet
apprehension / apprehensive
to worry / to fret
daylily (Hemerocallis fulva)
(literary) to be in mourning after the death of a parent
depressed / full of worries / feeling down
He who gives no thought to far-flung problems soon finds suffering nearby (idiom, from Analects). / Smug concentration on the here and now will lead to future sorrow.
to thrive in calamity and perish in soft living (idiom) / life springs from sorrow and calamity, death comes from ease and pleasure
to report bad news / to announce failure, shortcoming or disaster
The first concern is affairs of state, enjoying the pleasure comes later. Quotation from essay On Yueyang Tower 岳陽樓記|岳阳楼记 by Song writer Fan Zhongyan 范仲淹
happy on the one hand, but worried on the other (idiom)
(literary) worried facial expression
anxious / distressed / burdened with care
having experienced much suffering
antidepressant
man of Qǐ fears the sky falling (idiom); groundless fears
worrying
variant of 擔憂|担忧
internal trouble and outside aggression (idiom); in a mess both domestically and abroad
man of Qǐ fears the sky falling (idiom); groundless fears
to fret over the worries of long-departed people (idiom); to worry unnecessarily / crying over spilt milk / often used with negatives, e.g. no need to worry about past issues
deep suffering can lead to enlightenment (idiom) / storms make oaks take deeper root
man of Qǐ fears the sky falling (idiom); groundless fears
deeply worried and sick at heart (idiom)
not having to worry about clothes and food (idiom) / to be provided with the basic necessities
worried to death (idiom)
to fret over the worries of long-departed people (idiom); to worry unnecessarily / crying over spilt milk / often used with negatives, e.g. no need to worry about past issues


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