['wori/'wari/'wëri] n.,v. -n . shqetësim, merak; hall, telash; what a worry it all is! është hall i madh vërtet!; little worries shqetësime të vogla; money worries vështërsi (ngushticë) për para; the worries of life hallet e jetës; to begin to worry më hyn brenga; he has always been a worry to his family ai përherë i ka hapur telashe familjes; what a worry that child is! sa hall e kam atë fëmijë!, hall i madh me këtë fëmijë!; what is your worry? ç'hall ke?
- v 1.shqetësohem, merakosem, jam në hall, kam merak; i hap telashe (dikujt); don't (you) worry! mos u mërzit!; mos e prish gjakun; ç'ke ti!; don't worry about her! mos u merakos për të! I should worry! iron. nuk më ha shumë meraku për këtë punë! 2. shqetësoj, merakos, mërzit (dikë); don't worry him! mos e mërzit (atë)!; lëre rehat atë (atë)!; Don't worry your head about him! mos e çaj kokën për të!; to worry about nothing mërzitem kot; don't you worry about me ( over me )! mos ma ki merakun (hallin)!; mos ki merak për mua!; it's nothing to worry about s'ka gjë për t'u mërzitur; what's the use of worrying? pse mërzitesh kot?;
● ia dal në krye; we'll worry along something do ta ndreqim dosido.
● (qeni) kafshon ( at ); he worries me to death ai pa ma ha shpirtin; She is worrying herself to death ajo po sëmuret nga meraku. Something is worrying him ai se ç'ka një shqetësim. 3. (qeni) luan, kap me dhëmbë (kockën, topin); ngacmon (delet); worry the loose tooth with one's tongue ngacmoj me gjuhë dhëmbin që luan.
worry along ['worid ë'long] a) rri në merak; b) bej si bëj
worry out ['worid aut] sjell e përsjell (një problem)
worry beads ['worid bi:dz] n.pl. rruzare për qetësim (RRUZARE f. sh. fet. vjet. 1. Varg me rruaza që kaloheshin me gishta duke thënë lutjen (te katolikët). Kokrrat e rruzares. Me rruzare në dorë. 2. Lutje që thuhej duke i numëruar një nga një kokrrat e këtij vargu (te katolikët). Thonin rruzaren.)
worried ['worid] adj. i merakosur, i shqetësuar, i mërzitur; worried to death tepër i shqetësuar
worrier ['worië:] n. njeri që merakoset shpejt
worriment ['worimënt] n., gj.fol. merakosje; merak, shqetësim
worrisome ['worisëm] adj 1. shqetësues. 2. që merakoset shpejt
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shqetsim; shqetësoj

English-Albanian dictionary. 2013.


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