n. 1. сэтгэлийн зовнил/ түгшүүр. She was showing signs of \worry. Тэр сэтгэл түгшсэн байдалтай харагдаж байв. 2. сэтгэл зовоосон зүйл. He has a lot of financial \worryies at the moment. Яг одоо бол тэр мөнгө төгрөгний бэрхшээлтэй олон асуудалд орчихоод байгаа. 3. үүрэг, хариуцлага. You don`t have to do anything about transport- that`s my \worry. Машин техникийн талаар санаа зовоод ер хэрэггүй шүү, энэ асуудлыг би хариуцна. v. (pt, pp worried) 1. \worry (about/ over sth) санаа зовох, сэтгэл түгших. They \worryied about their son's health. Хүүгий нь эрүүл мэнд тэдний сэтгэлийг түгшүүлэв. 2. \worry sb/ oneself (about sb/ sth) зовних, түгших. What \worryies me is how I`m going to tell the children. Хүүхдүүддээ энэ тухай хэрхэн хэлэх билээ гэдэг л сэтгэлийн минь зовоож байна. 3. \worry (with sth) саад болох, залхаах, яршиг болох. Don`t \worry her now- she`s busy. Түүнд бүү саад болоорой, тэр завгүй байгаа. 4. урах, зуух. The farmer said my dog had been \worrying his sheep. Манай нохой хонь руу нь дайрсан гэж фермер хэлнэ лээ. not to worry санаа зовох зүйлгүй. We`we missed the train, but not to \worry- there`s another one in ten minutes. Бид галт тэрэгнээс хоцорч орхилоо, гэхдээ санаа зовох зүйлгүй ээ, арван минутын дараа дахиад нэг явдаг юм. worried v. \worry (about sb/ sth); \worry (that. . .) санаа зовсон, сэтгэл түгшсэн. I was \worry that you can`t find me. Та намайг олохгүй байх гэж санаа зовж байлаа шүү. I`m not worried надад хамаагүй ээ. I`m not worried either day will be OK. Надад хэд дэх өдөр байсан ч хамаагүй ээ, аль ч өдөр болно. worrier n. сэтгэлийн зовлонтой хүн.

English-Mongolian dictionary. 2009.


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