painful

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} ağrılı

Artrit, eklemleri etkileyen ağrılı bir durumdur. - Arthritis is a painful condition that affects the joints.

O, beş yıllık ağrılı kanser tedavisi boyunca cesaretini kaybetmedi. - Throughout the five years of painful cancer treatments, he managed to keep a stiff upper lip.

ıstıraplı
{s} acıtan
acı veren

Bunlar çocukluğum hakkında sahip olduğum en acı veren anılar. - These are the most painful memories I have of my childhood.

(Tıp) a.Ağrılı, acılı
{s} acıklı, üzücü
{s} yorucu

O gerçekten yorucu görünüyor. - That looks really painful.

meşakkatle
painfulnessacı
meşakkatli
{s} zahmetli

O gerçekten zahmetli görünüyor. - That looks really painful.

ıstırap çektiren
{s} eziyetli

Çok eziyetli. Onu durdurun! - It's so painful. Stop it!

{s} zahmetli, güç
{s} acı

O, acı verecek şekilde zayıftı. - He was painfully thin.

O, acı verecek şekilde zayıftı. - She was painfully skinny.

kederlendirici
{s} ağrıtan
{s} üzücü

Umarım çok üzücü değildi. - I hope it wasn't too painful.

ıstırap
{s} can sıkıcı

Reddedilmek can sıkıcı. - It's painful to be rejected.

Zaman zaman can sıkıcı baş ağrısı çekti. - At times, he suffered from a painful headache.

painfullyıstırap vererek
can yakıcı
acıca
acıtıcı
elim
pain
sızı

Vücudumun her tarafında ağrılarım ve sızılarım var. - I have aches and pains all over my body.

pain
{i} sancı

Eğer doğum sancıları insanların dediği kadar acı verseydi, herkesin sadece bir çocuğu olurdu. - If labor pains would hurt so much as people say, everyone would only have one child!

Onu izlemek sancılıydı. - That was painful to watch.

pain
ağrı

Tom artık ağrıya tahammül edemediği zaman, hastaneye gitti. - When Tom couldn't bear the pain any longer, he went to the hospital.

Sırtımda kötü bir ağrım var. - I have a bad pain in my back.

pain
ıstırap
pain
{i} acı

Onun yüzü acıdan şekil değiştirmişti. - His face is distorted by pain.

Karnında herhangi bir acı hissediyor musun? - Do you feel any pain in your stomach?

painful sensation
üzücü duygu
painful swelling
(Tıp) ağrılı şiş
pain
{i} ceza

Cézanne doğanın yeni bir biçimde nasıl resmedileceğini biliyordu. - Cézanne knew how to paint nature in a new way.

painfully
acı verici şekilde
pain
{i} ızdırap

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

Tom ızdırap verici ağrı içindeydi. - Tom has been in excruciating pain.

pain
veca
pain
batar
pain
acı çekmek

Kimse acı çekmek istemez. - Nobody wants to be in pain.

pain
patika
painfulness
üzücü
pain
{f} acı çek

Acı çekiyor gibi görünüyorsun. - You look like you're in pain.

Terapi benim herhangi bir acı çekmeme sebep olacak mı? - Will the therapy cause me any pain?

pain
baş belası

Bu iş bir baş belasıdır. - This job is a pain in the neck.

Tom bir baş belasıdır. - Tom is a real pain in the neck.

painfully
acı vererek
painfulness
ıstırap
pain
sanc
pain
acıya
pain
sance
pain
ağrılar
painfully
Acı verecek şekilde

O, acı verecek şekilde zayıftı. - He was painfully skinny.

O, acı verecek şekilde zayıftı. - She was painfully skinny.

painfulness
acılarını
pain
üzmek
pain
emek

Emeksiz kazanç olmaz. - No gains without pains.

pain
dert
pain
canını yakmak
pain
ezinç
pain
elem
pain
zahmet

O gerçekten zahmetli görünüyor. - That looks really painful.

O, bana yardım etme zahmetinde bulunmadı. - He spared no pains to help me.

pain
eziyet etmek
pain
acıtmak
pain
eziyet

Çok eziyetli. Onu durdurun! - It's so painful. Stop it!

pain
{f} 1. canını yakmak, eziyet
pain
sel
pain
incitmek
pain
karamsar
pain
{i} dert, keder
pain
sıkıntı/acı
pain
i ağrı
pain
kalbini kırmak
pain
üz/acı/acıt
pain
painedcanı acımış
pain
{i} azap
pain
(Tıp) Ağrı, acı, sızı, dolor
pain
kırmak
pain
agrı veya acı vermek
pain
{i} çoğ. doğum sancıları
pain
{i} çoğ. özen, ihtimam, itina
pain
(Tıp) (pl). Doğum ağrıları
painfulness
acı verme
wake painful memories
acı anıları canlandırmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
Causing pain or distress, either physical or mental
Painstaking; careful; industrious

For twenty generations, here was the earthly arena where painful living men worked out their life-wrestle.

Afflicted or suffering with pain (of a body part or, formerly, of a person)
Requiring effort or labor; difficult, laborious
{a} full of pain, afflictive, difficult, hard
Full of pain; causing hurt, uneasiness or distress, either physical or mental; afflictive; disquieting; distressing
If something such as an illness, injury, or operation is painful, it causes you a lot of physical pain. a painful back injury + painfully pain·ful·ly He cracked his head painfully against the cupboard
causing physical or psychological pain; "worked with painful slowness"
Requiring labor or toil; difficult; executed with laborious effort; as a painful service; a painful march; painstaking; careful; industrious
If a part of your body is painful, it hurts because it is injured or because there is something wrong with it. Her glands were swollen and painful + painfully pain·ful·ly His tooth had started to throb painfully again
Full of pain; causing uneasiness or distress, either physical or mental; afflictive; disquieting; distressing
causing misery or pain or distress; "it was a sore trial to him"; "the painful process of growing up"
causing physical or psychological pain; "worked with painful slowness
causing physical discomfort; "bites of black flies are more than irritating; they can be very painful"
exceptionally bad or displeasing; "atrocious taste"; "abominable workmanship"; "an awful voice"; "dreadful manners"; "a painful performance"; "terrible handwriting"; "an unspeakable odor came sweeping into the room"
Requiring labor or toil; difficult; executed with laborious effort; as a painful service; a painful march
If a performance or interview is painful, it is so bad that it makes you feel embarrassed for the people taking part in it. The interview was painful to watch
{s} aching; causing pain; tiresome; distressful
Situations, memories, or experiences that are painful are difficult and unpleasant to deal with, and often make you feel sad and upset. Remarks like that brought back painful memories She finds it too painful to return there without him. + painfully pain·ful·ly their old relationship, which he had painfully broken off
painful subject
subject which causes emotional pain, delicate and complex subject
pain
The condition or fact of suffering or anguish especially mental, as opposed to pleasure; torment; distress; sadness; grief; solicitude; disquietude

The pain of departure was difficult to bear.

pain
To render uneasy in mind; to disquiet; to distress; to grieve

It pains me to say that I must let you go.

pain
An annoying person or thing

Your mother is a right pain.

pain
An ache or bodily suffering, or an instance of this; an unpleasant sensation, resulting from a derangement of functions, disease, or injury by violence; hurt

I had to stop running when I started getting pains in my feet.

pain
To hurt; to put to bodily uneasiness or anguish; to afflict with uneasy sensations of any degree of intensity; to torment; to torture

The wound pained him.

pain
To inflict suffering upon as a penalty; to punish
painfully
In a painful manner; as if in pain

That was the most painfully sung rendition of Fly Me to the Moon that I've ever heard.

painfulness
The state or quality of being painful, of causing pain
painfulness
The state or quality of being tedious, of requiring great care
pain
{n} a sensation of uneasiness, toil, penalty
pain
{v} to make uneasy, afflict, torment, hurt
painfully
{a} with pain, uneasily, laboriously
painfulness
{n} pain, affliction, sorrow, industry
Pain
An English surname, variant of Paine
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See Pains, labor, effort
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Pain is the feeling of unhappiness that you have when something unpleasant or upsetting happens. grey eyes that seemed filled with pain. = anguish
pain
something or someone that causes trouble; a source of unhappiness; "washing dishes was a nuisance before we got a dish washer"; "a bit of a bother"; "he's not a friend, he's an infliction"
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If someone is at pains to do something, they are very eager and anxious to do it, especially because they want to avoid a difficult situation. Mobil is at pains to point out that the chances of an explosion at the site are remote. = anxious
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A relatively localized sensation of discomfort, distress, or agony, resulting from the stimulation of specialized nerve endings When your body functions correctly, pain is a signal that makes you aware of a harmful effect on your body
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Suffering seen as a punishment or penalty
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PAIN CLINIC
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Punishment suffered or denounced; suffering or evil inflicted as a punishment for crime, or connected with the commission of a crime; penalty
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Uneasiness of mind; mental distress; disquietude; anxiety; grief; solicitude; anguish
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Pain is the feeling of great discomfort you have, for example when you have been hurt or when you are ill. back pain. a bone disease that caused excruciating pain I felt a sharp pain in my lower back chest pains. If you are in pain, you feel pain in a part of your body, because you are injured or ill. She was writhing in pain, bathed in perspiration
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an unpleasant sensory or emotional experience primarily associated with tissue damage
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a bothersome annoying person; "that kid is a terrible pain"
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To put to bodily uneasiness or anguish; to afflict with uneasy sensations of any degree of intensity; to torment; to torture; as, his dinner or his wound pained him; his stomach pained him
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[French] bread
pain
Ait
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If a fact or idea pains you, it makes you feel upset and disappointed. This public acknowledgment of Ted's disability pained my mother It pains me to think of you struggling all alone
pain
Sensation of discomfort, distress, or agony, resulting from the stimulation of specialized nerve endings It serves as a protective mechanism (induces the sufferer to remove or withdraw)
pain
If someone is ordered not to do something on pain of or under pain of death, imprisonment, or arrest, they will be killed, put in prison, or arrested if they do it. We were forbidden, under pain of imprisonment, to use our native language
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emotional distress; a fundamental feeling that people try to avoid; "the pain of loneliness"
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Specifically, the throes or travail of childbirth
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Physical pain is a symptom in the body that something may be wrong, an alarm for the body Traditional methods of treatment usually look at ridding the body of symptoms, but not the cause of the symptoms This is similar to if your "check engine light" comes on in your car and you put a piece of tape over it so you cannot see the warning…the problem does not disappear simply because you don’t see the warning light To the contrary, it can get much worse, and do permanent damage Likewise with your body, except your body is not replaceable
pain
cause bodily suffering to
pain
An unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage or described in terms of such damage
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disapproval In informal English, if you call someone or something a pain or a pain in the neck, you mean that they are very annoying or irritating. Expressions such as a pain in the arse and a pain in the backside in British English, or a pain in the ass and a pain in the butt in American English, are also used, but most people consider them offensive
pain
a somatic sensation of acute discomfort; "as the intensity increased the sensation changed from tickle to pain"
pain
A sensation that can range from mild, localized discomfort to agony Pain has both physical and emotional components The physical part of pain results from nerve stimulation
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If you take pains to do something or go to great pains to do something, you try hard to do it, because you think it is important to do it. Social workers went to great pains to acknowledge men's domestic rights I had taken great pains with my appearance. it pains sb to do sth used to say that it is very difficult and upsetting for someone to have to do something. Physical suffering associated with a bodily disorder (such as a disease or injury) and accompanied by mental or emotional distress. Pain, in its simplest form, is a warning mechanism that helps protect an organism by influencing it to withdraw from harmful stimuli (such as a pinprick). In its more complex form, such as in the case of a chronic condition accompanied by depression or anxiety, it can be difficult to isolate and treat. Pain receptors, found in the skin and other tissues, are nerve fibres that react to mechanical, thermal, and chemical stimuli. Pain impulses enter the spinal cord and are transmitted to the brain stem and thalamus. The perception of pain is highly variable among individuals; it is influenced by previous experiences, cultural attitudes (including gender stereotypes), and genetic makeup. Medication, rest, and emotional support are the standard treatments. The most potent pain-relieving drugs are opium and morphine, followed by less-addictive substances and non-narcotic analgesics such as aspirin and ibuprofen
pain
French for Bread
pain
The perception of real or threatened tissue damage
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cause emotional anguish or make miserable; "It pains me to see my children not being taught well in school
pain
n An uncomfortable frame of mind that may have a physical basis in something that is being done to the body, or may be purely mental, caused by the good fortune of another
pain
a somatic sensation of acute discomfort; "as the intensity increased the sensation changed from tickle to pain" emotional distress; a fundamental feeling that people try to avoid; "the pain of loneliness" a bothersome annoying person; "that kid is a terrible pain" a symptom of some physical hurt or disorder; "the patient developed severe pain and distension" cause emotional anguish or make miserable; "It pains me to see my children not being taught well in school
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suffering, as in: He took a nap, and when he awoke the pain of his headache was gone
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Symptom of life
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An unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage
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Any uneasy sensation in animal bodies, from slight uneasiness to extreme distress or torture, proceeding from a derangement of functions, disease, or injury by violence; bodily distress; bodily suffering; an ache; a smart
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French: bread
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cause emotional anguish or make miserable; "It pains me to see my children not being taught well in school"
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To render uneasy in mind; to disquiet; to distress; to grieve; as a child's faults pain his parents
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a symptom of some physical hurt or disorder; "the patient developed severe pain and distension"
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{i} sensation of physical discomfort (often due to illness or injury); emotional suffering or distress; someone or something that is irritating or problematic
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an unpleasant sensory or emotional experience primarily associated with tissue damage, or described in terms of tissue damage, or both
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{f} hurt, cause pain; grieve, sadden
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Pain is an emotion experienced in the brain, it is not like touch, taste, sight, smell or hearing It is categorised into Acute Pain less than twelve weeks duration and Chronic Pain of more than twelve weeks Pain can be perceived as a warning of potential damage, but can also be present when no actual harm is being done to the body
painfully
in or as if in pain; "she moved painfully forward"; "sorely wounded"
painfully
in a painful manner; with pain, with aches
painfully
unpleasantly; "his ignorance was painfully obvious"
painfully
emphasis You use painfully to emphasize a quality or situation that is undesirable. Things are moving painfully slowly. a painfully shy young man see also painful
painfully
in or as if in pain; "she moved painfully forward"; "sorely wounded
painfulness
{i} pain; sorrow
painfulness
emotional distress; a fundamental feeling that people try to avoid; "the pain of loneliness"
to be painful
hurt
painful