disquiet en Vietnamita
a. băn khoăn, lo âu, lo ngại
They live as we all should live--undisturbed, indifferent, and without disquiet.
The certainty with which he said this dissipated all Julio's hope. Moreover, this man's trip, on the pretext of seeing his mother, who had recently left, disquieted him...
The entry into Brussels did not disquiet him. An unprotected city! Its surrender was a foregone conclusion. Now the Belgians would be better able to defend Antwerp.
And this disquieted her. Her husband, Manuel Alcázar, had been an energetic, powerful man, and, towards his last days, harsh-tempered and brutal.
"A disquieting notion," Kwip said.
As a rule, the Brother's sportiveness only disquieted him.
Certainly never before had the room exhaled such a disquieting aroma.
He fell asleep on the bench; but his mental disquiet continued through his slumbers.
Her feeling of disquiet grew.
However, in the areas of governance and human development the situation has remained disquieting.