Translation of angst in Spanish:

angst

Pronunciation: /ɑːŋst; æŋst/
Angst

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • angustia (feminine) angst-ridden dominado por la angustia
    More example sentences
    • Everything bounces along with a youthful joy, devoid of cynical teenage angst, full of hope and dare we say it slightly soppy.
    • It is a sign of the times, of our tumultuous, dizzying culture of metaphysical angst.
    • Through an occasional nocturnal trip to the gym, Matt Murdock finds a way to relieve some of his adolescent angst.

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