English version

angst

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishangstangst /Γ¦Ε‹st/ noun [uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š WORRIEDstrong feelings of anxiety and unhappiness because you are worried about your life, your future, or what you should do in a particular situation πŸ”Š love letters full of angst
Examples from the Corpus
angstβ€’ angst-filled poemsβ€’ And she nails the adolescent angst of budding love in all its raging hormonal hoo-ha.β€’ Buchanan has tapped into the wellspring of middle-class angst.β€’ Wallowing in angst about the unfairness of it all will just make the problem worse.β€’ a period of national angstβ€’ She couldn't even feel resentful that he slept so peacefully after she had suffered a sleepless night of angst.β€’ This, of course, is another source of angst.β€’ a touching story of teenage angstβ€’ The angst vanishes from his face and voice.
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