Translation of worrywart in Spanish:

worrywart

don angustias, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwʌrɪwɔːt//ˈwəriˌwɔrt/

noun

US
informal

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    don angustias masculine informal
    doña angustias feminine informal
    don't be such a worrywart! ¡no te preocupes tanto! informal
    • That suggests stock investors, at least, don't share the concerns of the economic worrywarts.
    • If I could live my life again, I would not be such a worrywart or as serious.
    • The minutes - which don't identify the worrywarts - point to the return of corporate pricing power, a weak dollar, still-elevated energy costs, and slowing productivity growth as signs that price hikes could soon accelerate.
    • I knew I could be just paranoid - God knows I'm a worrywart!
    • When Jeremy hesitated, Antonio pulled the ‘you worry too much’ routine, which usually worked - Jeremy hated sounding like a worrywart.
    • I had to deal with intuitive people, analytical people, lyrical people, and worrywarts.
    • Still being me, the worrywart that I am, I had to go look for him.
    • So is the related belief that we can direct behavior via culture, a delusion that comforts worrywarts and flatters creators.
    • It wasn't necessary to do so, but I was always a worrywart.
    • ‘Oh you've always been a worrywart,’ she sighed.
    • If I weren't such a worrywart, I could have looked at their infamous smiles and forgot everything that was wrong.
    • I think she's a big, nervous, worrywart, who's really insecure sometimes.
    • The corollary to this doctrine is that it is exactly those who are trying to maintain the balance, and trying to do no harm - those worrywarts - who endanger us.
    • His older siblings dismissed him as a worrywart who didn't know how to have any fun.
    • Her mother was always such a worrywart about anything concerning her children.
    • And financial markets remain calm, confounding worrywarts who prophesied turmoil once the Federal Reserve began raising interest rates.
    • What harries the inflation worrywarts, though, is that the job markets may not have loosened up enough by the second half to reduce the upward pressure on labor costs.
    • Scott was an odd combination of macho daredevil and super-cautious worrywart.
    • Rick had a tendency to be a bit of a worrywart, but frankly Chris couldn't blame him considering everything that had gone wrong for him.
    • Poor Mrs. Cobrea - no wonder she was such a worrywart.