In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(voice/look) de preocupación(person) preocupadoto be worried — estar preocupado
- to get worried — inquietarse
- you look worried — pareces preocupado
- to be worried about sb/sth — estar preocupado por algn/algo
- I'm worried about Jim — estoy preocupada por Jim
- he's worried about losing his job — le preocupa perder el trabajo
- she's worried that she'll lose her job — tiene miedo de perder el trabajo
- I'm worried that he may be offended — tengo miedo de que se haya ofendido
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