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        chóu, to worry about
        yōuchóu, [憂愁], to be worried
        fāchóu, [發愁], to worry/to fret/to be anxious/to become sad
        chóuméibùzhǎn, with a worried frown
        fànchóu, to worry/to be anxious
        xiāngchóu, [鄉愁], homesickness/nostalgia
        āichóu, sorrow/sadness/distressed/sorrowful
        chóukǔ, anxiety/distress
        chóuchángbǎijié, [愁腸百結], hundred knots of worry in one's intestines (idiom); weighed down with anxiety
        chóuxù, [愁緒], melancholy
        bēichóu, melancholy
        yīchóumòzhǎn, nothing one can do about it
        jièjiǔjiāochóu, [借酒澆愁], to drown one's sorrows (in alcohol)
        duōchóushàngǎn, melancholy and moody (idiom); depressed personality
        duōchóuduōbìng, much sorrows and illness (idiom); melancholy and weakly
        chóuméikǔliǎn, [愁眉苦臉], frowning and worried (idiom); showing concern
        chóucháng, [愁腸], anxiety/worries
        xīnchóujiùhèn, [新愁舊恨], new worries added to old hatred (idiom); afflicted by problems old and new
        jiùchóuxīnhèn, [舊愁新恨], old worries with new hatred added (idiom); afflicted by problems old and new
        xiāochóujiěmèn, [消愁解悶], lit. to eliminate worry and dispel melancholy (idiom); diversion from boredom/to...
        líchóu, [離愁], parting sorrow/pain of separation
        qióngchóu, [窮愁], destitute/troubled/penniless and full of care
        qióngchóuliáodǎo, [窮愁潦倒], destitute and troubled/in dire straits
绿         lǜcǎnhóngchóu, [綠慘紅愁], (of women) grieved appearance (idiom)/sorrowful mien
        jiěchóu, to relieve melancholy
        miàndàichóuróng, [面帶愁容], with a sad air/looking melancholy/with a worried look

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