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 волноваться v
gen. bother; ferment; fluster; fret; fuss; billow; wave (о ниве и т. п.); surge (о толпе); create (he is always creating about nothing – он всегда суетится без толку); flap; flutter; fume; popple; stew; welter; pother; run high (о море); grizzle; be on edge; be in a stew; be in a fry; be in a twit; make a fuss; beat up; fidget; fluctuate; get perturbed (chajnik); have kittens; undulate; agitate oneself; get nervous (triumfov); be on pins and needles (syracuse.com Tanya Gesse); fret gizzard; get into a sweat (lexicographer); get chewed up; go haywire; shack up; go on (о ком-либо); feel nervous (Alexander Demidov); thrill; roll (о море); sweat; throb; feel emotional (suburbian); get flustered (juribt); be troubled by (о чем-либо Johnny Bravo); be all on edge; be in a fine stew; be in a flurry; be in a fry; be in a twit; wave; be in a real state (КГА); of water, etc to be agitated; disturbed; ripple; alarm; concern; roil (о воде); have got cold feet (Dinara_LALA); agitate; be excited; be uneasy; to choppy; mind; stir; whittle (YuliaO)
Gruzovik be agitated (impf of взволноваться); surge of water, etc (impf of взволноваться)
Игорь Миг tie oneself in knots; tie oneself up in knots; hyperventilate (West is hyperventilating about a possible return of Russian bases to Latin America); squirm (Russians ask questions such as, "Why is my salary as a grade school teacher in the Irkutsk region so low?" or "Where is the new apartment I was promised as a flood victim?" It's easy to imagine the relevant local officials squirming as Putin promises to check into a specific case. bloom.us.17); sweat it; get antsy (I always get antsy about meeting my husband's boss.); be antsy; go nuts (I mean, what if I go nuts on this, and then I bite my tongue about his weird haircut?); fret over (Nothing to fret over.)
amer. run scared (The mayor was running scared, but won anyway. Val_Ships)
austral., slang be in hot water; get one's knickers in a twist; sweat blood
construct. weave
dial., UK worrit
fish.farm. be choppy (dimock); be disturbed (dimock); high run (о море dimock)
Gruzovik, polit. be in a state of ferment (impf of взволноваться)
hockey. squeeze one's stick (Выражение достаточно часто используется игроками и тренерами (We didn't play as well as we could have and we didn't have the bounces go our way. We hit a few posts and had a couple of open nets and we squeezed our sticks a little bit too much.) VLZ_58)
idiom. have a lot on one's mind (Taras); get worked up (Ant493)
inform. fret the gizzard; in a tizzy (kozelski); get, be in a tizzy (kozelski)
Makarov. be in a flurry; care; fret (о лошади); go off the deep end; rough (о море); trouble; be all on edge; be all on edge; be agitated; be alarmed (тревожиться); be choppy (о воде); be full of anxiety; be in a fine stew; be in agitation; be nervous (нервничать); be rough (о море); be uneasy (беспокоиться); be upset (быть расстроенным); be worried (беспокоиться); bother about; feel excitement; rise in waves (о море); stew up; stir up; be disturbed (беспокоиться); be keyed up with
Makarov., inform. flap about; flap around; take on; turn on
Makarov., inform., Scotl. be up to high doh
Makarov., obs. be in a state of ferment (о народных волнениях); be in a state of unrest (о народных волнениях)
math. be concerned about
nautic. popple (о море); wave (о море)
shipb. surge (о море)
slang go for; graum; raise a dust; snap one's cap; steam up; feel a knot (SOLNISHKO); get it up (Interex); futy; cook (Interex); shvitz (CBET)
sport. get excited (Александр Рыжов)
telecom. be uneasy (oleg.vigodsky); be excited (oleg.vigodsky); worry (oleg.vigodsky); be nervous (oleg.vigodsky)
vulg. have a hair up one's ass; rush round like a fart in a colander
 smth. волноваться v
amer. make a time about; make a time over
 волновать v
gen. flurry (особ. спешкой); cause much concern (Morning93); care about (sankozh); fluster; emotionalize; agitate; excite; discompose; alarm; convulse; ferment; flurry ((особ. спешкой)); flutter; perturb; touch; vex; pother; commove (о чувствах); overexcite; disquiet; embroil; fever; inflame; trouble; affect emotionally; fret gizzard; beat up; bother; fidget; perturbate; blow mind; be of concern (Lenochkadpr); disquieten; upset; over-excite; touch to the quick; harass; commote; thrill; stir; affect; move; shake; hype; mind-blow; appeal; mind blow; work (в наст. время преим. work up); work up; irritate; get; ruffle; care; disconcert; overset; overwork; ripple; emotionize; faze; steam (кого-либо)
Gruzovik stir up (impf of взволновать)
Игорь Миг tie in knots; tie up in knots; get under the skin; set nerves to edge
arch., Makarov. enrough (море)
austral., slang eat
dial., UK worrit
fig. tempest
Gruzovik, obs. incite; instigate
Gruzovik, prop.&figur. disturb
hydrol. churn
idiom. turn someone's crank (кого-либо VLZ_58)
inform. freak someone out (VLZ_58); fret the gizzard; hype up (Andrey Truhachev); rattle; juice; get to one's head (Technical)
invect. give a shit (I don't give a shit – Мне до дерьма/по хрен. mviformat); give a crap (I don't give a crap, who you are! – Мне по фиг, кто ты такой. mviformat); give a fuck (mviformat)
Makarov. arouse; concern; rough; fret gizzard (кого-либо); appeal to; shake up; steam up; turn on
Makarov., Scotl. put about
math. worry
obs. enrough
poetic speak
scottish put about (don't put yourself about – не беспокойтесь.)
slang swing; make waves (общество и т. п.); blow up someone's skirt (Banditka); weird out (Interex); carry away (Yeldar Azanbayev)
subl. fluctuate
uncom. toss
 волнующий prtc.
slang hairy; hot stuff; large; panicky; snazzy; sploud
 волнуясь v
gen. tremblingly; in excitement (linton); emotionally; emotively
 волнуется v
Игорь Миг is on edge
 волнует v
context. conscious (he is conscious about that – его это волнует Irina Verbitskaya)
inform. be bothered (delightfulangel)
 волнуется v
relig. worries
 волнует v
relig. worries
волноваться: 627 phrases in 36 subjects
American usage, not spelling7
Archaic1
Australian6
Construction1
Dialectal2
Figurative1
Fish farming pisciculture3
General326
Hockey1
Hydrology1
Idiomatic6
Informal29
Invective3
Makarov177
Mass media1
Mathematics3
Music1
Nautical2
Nonstandard1
Obsolete / dated3
Poetic1
Politics1
Proper and figurative1
Proverb1
Psychology1
Quotes and aphorisms1
Religion2
Saying1
Scottish usage1
Shipbuilding1
Slang31
Sports1
Sublime1
Telecommunications4
Uncommon / rare1
Vulgar3