worry verb

ADV. a lot, particularly, really, terribly She worries a lot about crime. What really worries me is what we do if there's nobody there. | slightly | needlessly, unduly, unnecessarily You do worry unnecessarily, you know. | not too much Don't worry too much about it. | constantly

VERB + WORRY not let sth, not need to Don't let it worry you unduly. | begin to | tell sb not to

PREP. about Don't worry about me, I'll be fine. | with Don't worry the driver with unnecessary requests.

PHRASES enough/nothing to worry about Don't bother Harry?he has enough to worry about as it is. | stop worrying Stop worrying, Dad, we'll be fine. | worry yourself sick/to death (informal)