Traducción de worrisome en Español:


inquietante, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈwəriˌsəm//ˈwʌrɪs(ə)m/


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    • Sure, it really is worrisome, because it is clear that the situation has gotten very tense there.
    • It's the potential for people to abuse this sort of thing that is worrisome.
    • That's worrisome given that contaminants pose the biggest risk to children and fetuses.
    • Any instance of inhumane behavior is obviously worrisome and harmful to them when that occurs.
    • The weak hold of the international rule of law over the world's greatest democracy is worrisome.
    • From now on, I better stick with less worrisome, and even more unlikely, movie plots.
    • The most worrisome aspect of this is that we are unlikely to get that proof.
    • Aside from genetics, there can be other worrisome effects of an obsession with trophies.
    • It is also worrisome that it will take 18 months to get the police force up to its required strength.
    • This is a worrisome development for those of us who are enthusiastic about prediction markets.
    • When violence is added to the picture, the problem becomes worrisome.
    • It's not a tremendously worrisome problem, but it is an area he'll likely focus on this summer.
    • Let's move on to another worrisome thing in the economy and that's oil prices.
    • More worrisome is the notion that our civil liberties are subject to cancellation in times of crisis.
    • His message to the White House was much more worrisome than maybe to the average person in the public.
    • But, the report stresses, these thoughts were not necessarily worrisome.
    • The whole notion of bilingual education in this context becomes problematic and worrisome.
    • However, a more worrisome pattern of disease can be attributed more to vaccine failure than a failure to vaccinate.
    • Lost orders compounded an already worrisome situation for the group.
    • In some ways more worrisome, though, are his shifting stands on postwar policy.