1 constantly moving 运动不止的
*the restless motion of the sea 大海的不停的翻腾.
2 unable to be still or quiet, esp because of boredom, impatience, anxiety, etc 静不下来的, 不能安宁的（尤指因厌烦、烦躁、焦虑等）
*The audience was becoming restless. 观众渐渐地不耐烦了.
* The children grew restless with the long wait. 孩子们等了很久便着急了.
* After only a month in the job, he felt restless and decided to leave. 那工作他只干了一个月就厌倦了, 决定不干了.
3 without rest or sleep 得不到休息或睡眠的
*spend/pass/have a restless night 度过一个不眠之夜.
unwilling to keep still or stay where you are, especially because you are nervous or bored
= fidgetybecome/grow/get restless The children had been indoors all day, and were getting restless.
unwilling to stay in one place, and always wanting new experiences After a few weeks in Marseille, I grew restless and decided to move on.restless night
a night during which you cannot sleep or rest>restlesslyadv>restlessnessn[U]
1. The audience was growing restless. 观众变得不安起来。
2. The day of the ball drew near, and Madame Loisel seemed sad, restless, anxious. 舞会召开的日期一天天临近了，但是路瓦栽夫人看上去却有些忧愁、不安和焦虑。