- n. 担心；焦虑
- v. 使不安；使担心
a feeling of mild anxiety about possible developments
the trait of seeming ill at ease
disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed;
"She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill"
- Her disquiet made us uneasy too.
- The disquiet will boil over in the long run.
- The strength of the dollar is causing considerable disquiet on the stock exchange.
- I must say that bad news disquiet me a great deal.
- Her manner was that of one who is intensely disquieted and dissatisfied.
The States of the Church and Naples were still in a state of universal disquiet and ferment.出自： S. Austin
My father's moodiness was..not a source of much disquiet or grievance.出自： Day Lewis
A sea, which..was very disquiet.出自： T. Underdown
His mind was disquiet.出自： Thackeray
This..was profoundly disquieting. It baffled me. It scared me.出自： R. D. Laing
What worried Paris could also disquiet Moscow and Damascus.出自： H. Kissinger
- unrest 不安
- anxiety 焦虑
- uneasiness 担忧
- concern 关心
- worry 撕咬
- foreboding 不祥的预感
- alarm 警报
- trouble 困难
- suspense 悬疑
- tension 紧张
- stir 激起
- unhinge 使发狂
- unease 不安
- disorder 混乱
- perturb 使烦恼
- cark 烦恼
- distract 分散
- anxiousness 焦急
- relieve 救济