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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “gnaw”

gnaw

verb [I + prep, T] (FEEL WORRIED)
感到担忧
 
 
/nɔː/ US  /nɑː/
to make you feel worried or uncomfortable
使烦恼;折磨
I've been gnawed by guilt about not replying to her letter yet.
我到现在还没有回她的信,心里一直感到很内疚。
The feeling that I've forgotten something has been gnawing at me all day.
我一整天都坐立不安,老感觉忘了什么事情。
Making people sad, shocked and upsetCausing anxiety and worryMaking people sad, shocked and upset
(Definition of gnaw verb (FEEL WORRIED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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