nervous adjective (WORRIED) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "nervous" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

nervous

adjective (WORRIED)
擔心的
 
 
/ˈnɜː.vəs/ US  /ˈnɝː-/
worried and anxious
擔心的;緊張不安的
Do you feel/get nervous during exams?
考試時,你感到緊張嗎?
I was too nervous to speak.
我緊張得說不出話來。
She's always been nervous around dogs.
她一直很怕狗。
I was very nervous about driving again after the accident.
那次事故之後,我很怕再開車。
He had/was of a nervous disposition.
他是個神經質的人。
Anxious and worried
(Definition of nervous adjective (WORRIED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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