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anxious

adjective   /ˈæŋk·ʃəs/
B1 worried and very nervous nervioso She’s very anxious about her exams.
wanting something to happen soon ansioso, deseoso He’s anxious to get home.
anxiously adverb /ˈæŋk·ʃəs·li/
ansiosamente We waited anxiously by the phone.
(Definition of anxious from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

anxious

adjective /ˈӕŋkʃəs/
worried about what may happen or have happened ansioso, preocupado She is anxious about her father’s health.
causing worry, fear or uncertainty de ansiedad, angustioso There were a few anxious moments, but the plane landed safely.
wanting very much (to do etc something) deseoso de, ansioso por He’s very anxious to please.
anxiously adverb
ansiosamente They’re were waiting anxiously for news about their son.
anxiety /aŋˈzaiəti/ noun ( plural anxieties)
being very worried about something ansiedad His health is a great anxiety to me She was filled with anxiety about her exams.
(Definition of anxious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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