Focus on the pronunciation of worry
English definition of “worry”
/ˈwɜr·i/, /ˈwʌr·i/ v [I/T]
› to think about problems or unpleasant things that make you anxious, or to make someone feel anxious: [I] If you get a monthly train ticket, you won’t have to worry about buying a ticket every day. [I] My mother always worries about me when I don’t come home by midnight. [I] "Will you be all right walking home?" "Don’t worry – I’ll be fine." [+ that clause] She worried that she might not be able to find another job. [T] A lot of things worried him about his roommate. worry
/ˈwɜr·i/, /ˈwʌr·i/ n [C/U] › [C] Fortunately, right now we don’t have any worries about money.