excruciate

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} acı vermek
acıtmak
ıstırap vermek
işkence et
işkence etmek
{f} eziyet etmek
üzmek
elem
keder
excruciating
{s} dayanılmaz derecede acı veren
excruciating
{f} işkence et
excruciating
şiddetli

O çok şiddetli şekilde sıkıcı görünüyor. - That looks so excruciatingly boring.

excruciating
(ağrı/acı) çok kötü
excruciating
{i} işkence edici
excruciation
işkence
excruciation
ıstırap
] see excruciate
] İşkence görmek
excruciating
{s} eziyetli
excruciating
{s} acı veren
excruciating
ızdıraplı

Sol ayak parmağımda ızdıraplı bir acı hissettim. - I felt excruciating pain in my left big toe.

Sabahleyin ağrı ızdıraplıydı. - In the morning, the pain was excruciating.

excruciating
çok kötü
excruciatingly
çok kötü bir şekilde
Englisch - Englisch
to inflict intense pain or mental distress on (someone); to torture
to inflict severe pain or agony upon
{v} to torture, torment, pain, hurt
To inflict agonizing pain upon; to torture; to torment greatly; to rack; as, to excruciate the heart or the body
subject to torture; "The sinners will be tormented in Hell, according to the Bible"
torment emotionally or mentally
{f} inflict severe pain upon; torture; irritate greatly
Excruciated; tortured
excruciating
Exceedingly intense; extreme
excruciatingly
In a very intense or extreme manner
excruciating
{a} torturing, very painful
excruciating
Torturing; racking
excruciating
emphasis If you describe something as excruciating, you are emphasizing that it is extremely painful, either physically or emotionally. I was in excruciating pain and one leg wouldn't move = unbearable + excruciatingly ex·cru·ci·at·ing·ly He found the transition to boarding school excruciatingly painful
excruciating
If you describe something as excruciating, you mean that it is very unpleasant to experience, for example because it is very boring or embarrassing. Meanwhile, the boredom is excruciating There was a moment of excruciating silence. + excruciatingly ex·cru·ci·at·ing·ly The dialogue is excruciatingly embarrassing
excruciating
extremely painful
excruciating
{s} causing extreme suffering, agonizing, terribly distressing
excruciating
Causing great pain or anguish, agonizing
excruciating
Very intense; extreme
excruciatingly
In an excruciating manner or to an excruciating degree; in a manner causing great pain or anguish
excruciatingly
agonizingly, painfully, unbearably
excruciatingly
in a very painful manner; "the progress was agonizingly slow"
excruciation
The act of inflicting agonizing pain, or the state of being thus afflicted; that which excruciates; torture
excruciation
{i} infliction of extremely painful punishment or suffering
excruciation
Some excruciating pain
excruciate

    Silbentrennung

    ex·cru·ci·ate

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ ik-'skrü-shE-"At ] (transitive verb.) circa 1570. Latin excruciatus, past participle of excruciare, from ex- + cruciare, from cruc-, crux cross - to work against; oppose. esp. to incite reaction.

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