be anxious about
v. 挂虑; 惦念
- It's natural for parents to be anxious about their children's future.
- Nobody seemed to be anxious to enlighten me about the events that led up to the dispute.
- Charles X.during the voyage from Cherbourg, causing a round table to be cut over into a square table, appeared to be more anxious about imperilled etiquette than about the crumbling monarchy.
- Don't, Angel, be so anxious about a mere child of the soil!'said his mother.
- With that chain on his watch Jim might be properly anxious about the time in any company.
- What is worse is that over three quarters of the population fear presentations in front of people even though, eight times out of ten there is nothing to fear or be anxious about.
- In your applications, don't be too anxious about it or mutilate otherwise elegant code over it ( unless you can prove that it is an issue).
- Either way, admissions officers will be anxious to learn about your experience during your time off, and they'll ask you to write about it as part of your admissions process.
- And even on what is supposed to be the happiest day of their lives, 36 percent of brides feel anxious about being the focus of so much photographic attention.
- The president will be visiting an area that has become increasingly anxious about the long-term implications of a more powerful China and an erratic North Korea.
- Waiting rooms: People here tend to be feeling anxious about their news& not yours.
- You don't have to be anxious about traveling on your own.
- I realize that this universe is a peaceful paradise. I am totally secure. There is nothing to be anxious about. Absolutely nothing.
- Don't be too anxious about the credit due you.
- The moderates have plenty to be anxious about.
- You may be getting anxious today because of your uncertainty about how the past leads to the future.
- I shall be so anxious to see you and to hear about your festivities and your friend, jack.
- Troy seems to be anxious about the test coming up.
- 'You're going to be extremely anxious about losing that job, and depressed if you do.'
- It was a bit of a shock to be declared redundant, but since I had a tidy sum of money saved I was not unduly anxious about finding another job immediately.
- Let us not be anxious about it, but wait with patience till the gates of pearl shall open.
- He insisted that today is but a stepping-stone, and that we should not be too anxious or too particular about it;
- There was much for the authorities to be anxious about.
- But I started to be worried and anxious about him and his family after I read one of his messages.
- Understandably, you may be uncertain and a bit anxious about what lies ahead.
- I told him not to be anxious about making money.
- Just before my grandmother died in surgery, I heard her voice saying,'I'm leaving now, but you'll be fine.'I've been less anxious about everything ever since.