简明英汉词典

anxiety
[AN^5zaiEti]
n.
忧虑, 焦急, 渴望, 热望

美国传统词典[双解]

anxiety
anx.i.e.ty
AHD:[2ng-zo“1-t?]
D.J.[#06zaiiti8]
K.K.[#06za!!ti]
n.(名词)
【复数】 anx.i.e.ties

(1)

A state of uneasiness and apprehension, as about future uncertainties.
焦虑,担心:一种对未来不确定状况的不安及担忧的状态

(2)

A cause of anxiety:
焦虑的原因:
For some people, air travel is a real anxiety.
对一些人来说,飞机旅行是真正使他们焦虑的

(3)

Psychiatry A state of intense apprehension, uncertainty, and fear resulting from the anticipation of a threatening event or situation, often to a degree that the normal physical and psychological functioning of the affected individual is disrupted.
【精神病学】 焦虑:对威胁性事件或情况的预料而产生的一种高度忧虑、不安或害怕的状态,患者经常达到生理和心理功能障碍的程度

(4)

Eager, often agitated desire:
渴望,热望:急切的,经常是躁动的欲望:
my anxiety to make a good impression.
我渴望给人以良好印象

语源

(1)

Latin 33s}
拉丁语 33s}

(2)

from 3s [anxious] * see anxious
源自 3s [热切的,渴望的] *参见 anxious

参考词汇

(1)

anxietyworrycareconcernsolicitude

(2)

These nouns are compared as they refer to troubled states of mind.
当表示精神的忧虑状态时,这些名词是有区别的。

(3)

Anxiety suggests feelings of fear and apprehension, especially when these emotions seem unrelated to objective sources:
Anxiety 指害怕或忧虑的感觉,尤指与客观来源无关的情绪:
“Feelings of resentment and rage over this devious form of manipulation cannot surface in the child . . . because he does not see through the subterfuge.
“这个孩子对这种阴险手段不会表现出怨恨和愤怒的感情…因为他没有看穿他们的花招。
At the most, he will experience feelings of anxiety, shame, insecurity, and helplessness” (Alice Miller).
他至多能体验到忧虑、耻辱、不安和无助感” (艾丽斯·米勒)。

(4)

Worry implies persistent doubt or fear that disturbs one's peace of mind:
Worry 指扰乱人精神安宁的持续不断的疑虑或害怕:
“Rich people have about as many worries as poor ones, I think” (Louisa May Alcott).
“我认为富人和穷人的烦恼一样多” (路易莎·梅·阿尔科特)。

(5)

Care denotes a burdened state of mind arising from heavy responsibilities:
Care 指由于有许多责任而产生的一种思想负担:
“To be happy one must be . . . well fed, unhounded by sordid cares” (H.L. Mencken).
“一个人要想快乐就必须…知足,不为贪婪烦恼。” (H·L·门肯)。

(6)

Concern stresses involvement in the source of mental unrest; it combines serious thought with emotion:
Concern 强调介入了思想不安的因素;它将严肃的思想和情绪结合起来:
“Concern for man himself and his fate must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavors” (Albert Einstein).
“对人类自身及其命运的关注,必将成为所有技术事业的主要关注内容。” (艾伯特·爱因斯坦)。

(7)

Solicitude is active and sometimes excessive concern for the well-being of another or others:
Solicitude 是指积极的,有时是过多的对另一人或他人利益的关心:
“Animosity had given way first to grudging concessions of admiration and then to worried solicitude for Lindbergh's safety” (Warren Trabant).
“敌意首先向敬意做了不情愿的妥协,接着对林柏格安全的担心做了让步。” (华伦·特拉班特)

现代英汉词典

anxiety
[AN5zaIEtI]
n.
-ties

(1)

忧虑;焦虑;不安
He was waiting for his brother's return with anxiety.
他焦虑地等着兄弟归来。
Her mother's anxiety was apparent to everyone.
大家都清楚地看到她母亲十分焦急。

(2)

忧虑的原因;焦虑的原因

(3)

渴望
anxiety for knowledge
求知的渴望

现代英汉综合大辞典

anxiety
[AN^5zaiEti]
n.

(1)

忧虑, 担心, 挂念

(2)

忧虑的事

(3)

渴望

(4)

(精神)不安, 苦闷
cause sb. great anxiety
引起某人非常不安
The teacher praised him for his anxiety for knowledge.
老师称赞他求知的欲望。
He expressed anxiety that it should be done in no time.
他急切希望这事能立即做好。

继承用法

anxietyridden
adj.
忧心忡忡的

习惯用语

be all anxiety
担忧

feel no anxiety about
对...不愁, 不着急

give anxiety to
使...担心

with great anxiety
非常担忧, 十分焦急地

用法词典

anxiety
来自拉丁语anxius
英文相关词典

anxiety
ease    easiness    

[七国语言]英汉生物学大词典

anxiety
忧虑, 不安

[七国语言]英汉医学大词典

anxiety
焦虑

美国传统词典

anxiety
anx.i.e.ty
AHD:[2ng-zo“1-t?]
D.J.[#06zaiiti8]
K.K.[#06za!!ti]
n.
pl. anx.i.e.ties

(1)

A state of uneasiness and apprehension, as about future uncertainties.

(2)

A cause of anxiety:
For some people, air travel is a real anxiety.

(3)

Psychiatry A state of intense apprehension, uncertainty, and fear resulting from the anticipation of a threatening event or situation, often to a degree that the normal physical and psychological functioning of the affected individual is disrupted.

(4)

Eager, often agitated desire:
my anxiety to make a good impression.

语源

(1)

Latin 33s}

(2)

from 3s [anxious] * see anxious

参考词汇

(1)

anxiety, worry, care, concern, solicitude

(2)

These nouns are compared as they refer to troubled states of mind.

(3)

Anxiety suggests feelings of fear and apprehension, especially when these emotions seem unrelated to objective sources:
“Feelings of resentment and rage over this devious form of manipulation cannot surface in the child . . . because he does not see through the subterfuge.
At the most, he will experience feelings of anxiety, shame, insecurity, and helplessness” (Alice Miller).

(4)

Worry implies persistent doubt or fear that disturbs one's peace of mind:
“Rich people have about as many worries as poor ones, I think” (Louisa May Alcott).

(5)

Care denotes a burdened state of mind arising from heavy responsibilities:
“To be happy one must be . . . well fed, unhounded by sordid cares” (H.L. Mencken).

(6)

Concern stresses involvement in the source of mental unrest; it combines serious thought with emotion:
“Concern for man himself and his fate must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavors” (Albert Einstein).

(7)

Solicitude is active and sometimes excessive concern for the well-being of another or others:
“Animosity had given way first to grudging concessions of admiration and then to worried solicitude for Lindbergh's safety” (Warren Trabant).

[名词委审定]英汉心理学名词(1999)

anxiety
焦虑

英汉化学大词典

anxiety
n.担心,渴望

英汉计算机大词典

anxiety
n.担心(渴望)

英汉能源大词典

anxiety
n.担心,渴望

英汉心理学大词典

anxiety
焦虑

英汉医学大词典

anxiety
n.焦虑,精神焦虑

英汉中医大词典

anxiety
n.思,思忧,烦虑

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