anguish

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Englisch - Türkisch
keder
{i} ızdırap

O ızdırap içinde iken yeni bir sevgili edinir. - She takes a new lover while he is in anguish.

{i} acı

O bir tebessümle acısını sakladı. - He hid his anguish with a smile.

Sami'nin ailesi acı içinde bekliyordu. - Sami's family waited in anguish.

anguas
(Tiyatro) ıstırap piyesi
(Felsefe) içdaralması
elem
şiddetli acı
şiddetli ıstırap
elem yeis
{i} ıstırap, acı, keder
çok büyük acı
ezinç
anguished
{s} acı dolu, kederli
anguished
kederli
suffer anguish
azap çekmek
anguished
acılı
anguished
ızdıraplı
anguished
ıstıraplı
mental anguish
keder
anguished
izdirapli
anguished
çok büyük acı duyan
Englisch - Englisch
Extreme pain, either of body or mind; excruciating distress

A terrible scream—a prolonged yell of horror and anguish—burst out of the silence of the moor. That frightful cry turned the blood to ice in my veins.

To cause to suffer pain
To suffer pain

We’re leaving these shores for our time has come, the days of our youth must now end. The hearts bitter anguish, it burns for the home that we’ll never see again.

{n} excessive pain, pain, very great grief
extreme mental distress
cause emotional anguish or make miserable; "It pains me to see my children not being taught well in school"
suffer great pains or distress
extreme distress of body or mind
extreme mental distress extreme distress of body or mind suffer great pains or distress
{i} agony, torment; anxiety, fear
{f} suffer; be tormented
To distress with extreme pain or grief
Anguish is great mental suffering or physical pain. Mark looked at him in anguish. mental or physical suffering caused by extreme pain or worry (angoisse, from angustiae , from angustus )
anguished
Simple past tense and past participle of anguish
pear of anguish
choke pear
pears of anguish
plural form of pear of anguish
anguished
{s} suffering; tormented, agonizing
anguished
Anguished means showing or feeling great mental suffering or physical pain. She let out an anguished cry
anguished
Experiencing extreme discomfort or discontent
anguished
experiencing intense pain especially mental pain; "an anguished conscience"; "a small tormented schoolboy"; "a tortured witness to another's humiliation
mental anguish
sustained dull painful emotion
mental anguish
{i} dull painful emotion that is maintained for a period of time without interruption; (Law) mental suffering (including anxiety, sudden fear, feelings of distress, depression, sadness, grief, psychosomatic physical symptoms)
anguish
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