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inquiet po angielsku:

1. disquieted disquieted

Angielskie słowo "inquiet" (disquieted) występuje w zestawach:

Fiches du livre - "My Life" (Josiah Flynt)
Fiches du livre - "Germinal" (Émile Zola)
Fiches du livre - "Handel" (Romain Rolland)
Fiches du livre - "Limitations" (E. F. Benson)
Fiches du livre - "Discipline" (Mary Brunton)

2. worriedly worriedly

She worriedly waited for her test results in the hospital all day.

Angielskie słowo "inquiet" (worriedly) występuje w zestawach:

Fiches du livre - "Dawn" (Eleanor H. Porter)
Fiches du livre - "His Family" (Ernest Poole)
Fiches du livre - "The Lani People" (J. F. Bone)
Fiches du livre - "The Snare" (Richard R. Smith)
Fiches du livre - "Half Portions" (Edna Ferber)

3. uneasy uneasy

Tom felt uneasy.
I'm uneasy about donating blood.
My doctor told me to lay off the liquor so I have this uneasy impatient feeling.
Even though someone came, she still remained uneasy.
they become extremely uneasy if they can't be touch with their peers
She kept walking about the room. She seemed too uneasy to sit still.
He did not appear at all, which made her very uneasy.
It made him uneasy that someone might find out any second what he was hiding.
1. [+about] I feel a little uneasy about asking her to do me such a big favour. 2. He looked uneasy and refused to answer questions.
I was sure that sleep would be impossible, but I did sleep - a light, uneasy sleep that was as near
Ninety percent of those questioned felt uneasy about nuclear power.
An uneasy feeling began in her stomach.
I'm uneasy because of your bevaviour
We lost radio contact with the aircraft and felt very uneasyy about the safety of those on board.
Good manners is the art of making those people easy with whom we converse. Whoever makes the fewest persons uneasy is the best bred in the company.

Angielskie słowo "inquiet" (uneasy) występuje w zestawach:

Fiches du livre - "A Daughter of Japan" (F. D. Bone)
Fiches du livre - "The Bull Calf and Other Tales" ...
Fiches du livre - "Twice Killed A Farce in One Act...
Fiches du livre - "Letters to his wife Mary Borrow...
Fiches du livre - "He's Coming To-Morrow" (Harriet...

4. worried worried

Washington was worried.
If I could only speak English half as well as you can, I wouldn't be worried about traveling around the world.
Many parents are worried their children are not being given a basic understanding of numbers.
He'll never show it, but I think that deep down, he's seriously worried.
It looks like it may rain today. I'm worried that our cherry-blossom-viewing party might be canceled.
The worried housewife heard the telephone ring and quickly picked up the receiver.
While welcoming the firming up of the present government policy to abandon the proposal of the reform bill to the Diet, at the same time some are worried that Prime Minister Koizumi won't clearly state the bill's withdrawal.
Judging by her expression, she looked worried.
I'm worried because the dentist I went to recently told me, "You've got periodontitis alright".
The ticket clerk found baggage placed under a bench in the hall, and the ticking sound inside it made him worried.
When I got worried and went to check on him, it looked like he'd barricaded himself in the department's toilet and wasn't coming out.
The corners of his lips showed a bluish tinge that really worried the nurse.
You can't find five minutes to call your worried mother?
This is the gladdest I've seen him since his mother died. He'd been in a funk for so long and, God, I was so worried about him.
Worried, the shopkeeper ran over and kneeled beside Dima, who was breathing heavily - his forehead covered in sweat.

Angielskie słowo "inquiet" (worried) występuje w zestawach:

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Fiches du livre - "The Untroubled Mind" (Herbert J...
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Fiches du livre - "Quit Your Worrying!" (George Wh...
Fiches du livre - "The House That Jack Built One o...

5. apprehensive

I'm not really scared about the exam, just a little apprehensive.
I'm apprehensive about him.
That was such a monstrous crime, that he felt yet more apprehensive
She is apprehensive of failure in the finals.
A tyrant must put on the appearance of uncommon devotion to religion. Subjects are less apprehensive of illegal treatment from a ruler whom they consider god-fearing and pious.
She arrived at Renking's office to find most of the local staff already assembled, whispering urgently and apprehensively among themselves.
He's a bit apprehensive about living away from home.
He was a shy and apprehensive boy who refused to leave the safety of his stroller in the park.
With recent job cuts, Kate is apprehensive about losing her job
But there was no one at all who would not be apprehensive.
"Careful, lad," Mennis said apprehensively
Reassure Clients. Clients by nature are apprehensive and nervous, it is up to you to gain their trust and confidence.
many of the pupils were very apprehensive about their first visit to the new school
This situation nevertheless makes me very apprehensive.
She was apprehensive about receiving criticism of her performance.

Angielskie słowo "inquiet" (apprehensive) występuje w zestawach:

Fiches du livre - "Desert Air 1905" (Robert Hichens)
Fiches du livre - "Billy in Bunbury" (Royal Baking...
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