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disquiet

noun [U] uk   us   /dɪˈskwaɪət/ formal
worry: The leader's decline in popularity is causing disquiet among supporters.
Translations of “disquiet”
in Vietnamese mối lo lắng…
in Spanish preocupación, inquietud…
in Thai ความไม่สงบ…
in Malaysian keresahan…
in French inquiétude…
in German die Unruhe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 焦慮,擔心,不安…
in Indonesian tidak tenang…
in Russian тревога, беспокойство…
in Turkish endişe, telaş, rahatsızlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 焦虑,担心,不安…
in Polish niepokój…
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