That, in turn, is triggering more economic angst.
He is seeking to tap into voter angst over the Supreme Court ruling, the Uvalde school shooting and the state’s power grid failure in 2021.
他正在寻求利用选民对最高法院裁决、乌瓦尔德学校枪击事件和 2021 年该州电网故障的焦虑情绪。
But soon they were coughing from all the dust in the air, and watching with angst as the dam’s dirt facade nearly doubled in height.
—New York Times
an acute but unspecific feeling of anxiety; usually reserved for philosophical anxiety about the world or about personal freedom
Angst is a feeling of anxiety and frustration that isn’t specific. People often feel angst about the state of the world, or about the state of their homework.
Angst is anxiety that is mixed with frustration and negativity. Angst often doesn’t have a specific target: people feel angst in general. Teenagers are known for their angst, which is shown when they act miserable about nothing in particular. Often, angst refers to philosophical displeasure with world events or personal freedom. An angst-filled person is dissatisfied and unhappy.
There’s adversity, secrecy, intrigue, romance, a passion for music – it’s a freaking goldmine of adolescent angst and drama.
—Token ethnic friends: how pop culture taught me I was support, not the lead | Zoya Patel by Zoya Patel
The Mainstage Showcase dance offerings of Weekend One broke down neatly by gender: The guys were in a playful mood, while the women were mired in soul-baring angst.
Weekend One 的 Mainstage Showcase 舞蹈节目按性别整齐划分：男人们心情愉快，而女人们则陷入了赤裸裸的焦虑之中。
—Reviews: Mischief and attitude in dance, theater pieces at OtB’s Northwest New Works showcase by ???
Because she thinks I’m having some sort of teenage angst?
—Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon
angst (n.)1944, from a specialized use in psychology of German Angst "neurotic fear, anxiety, guilt, remorse," from Old High German angust, from Proto-Germanic angustu-(source also of Old Frisian ongost, Old High German angust, Middle Dutch ancst "fear," also Old English enge, Old Saxon engi, Gothic aggwus "narrow"), from PIE anghosti-, suffixed form of root angh- "tight, painfully constricted, painful." Compare anger.George Eliot used it (in German) in 1849, and it was popularized in English early 20c. by translation of Freud’s work, but as a foreign word until 1940s. Old English had a cognate word, angsumnes "anxiety," but it died out.Related entries & more
angst (n.)1944, 源自德语 Angst “神经质的恐惧、焦虑、内疚、悔恨”的心理学专门用途，源自古高地德语 angust，源自原始日耳曼语 angustu-（也源自古弗里斯兰语 ongost，Old High德语 angust，中古荷兰语 ancst “恐惧”，也是古英语 enge，古撒克逊语 engi，哥特语 aggwus “狭窄”），源自 PIE anghosti-，词根 angh- 的后缀形式，“紧绷、痛苦地收缩、痛苦”。比较 anger.George Eliot 在 1849 年使用它（德语），并在 20c 年初在英语中普及。通过翻译弗洛伊德的作品，但直到 1940 年代才作为外来词。古英语有一个同源词，angsumnes“焦虑”，但它消失了。相关条目及更多
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