English version

angst

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