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careworn

adjective uk   /ˈkeə.wɔːn/ us    /ˈker.wɔːrn/
appearing tired, worried, and unhappy: Her mother, who couldn't have been much more than 30, looked old and careworn.
Translations of “careworn”
in Chinese (Traditional) 心事重重的, 身心憔悴的, 飽經憂患的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 忧虑重重的, 身心憔悴的, 饱经忧患的…
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