hurt verb translate to Mandarin Chinese: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "hurt" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

hurt

verb [I or T]
 
 
/hɜːt/ US  /hɝːt/ (hurt)
to feel pain in a part of your body, or to injure someone or cause them pain
(使)感到疼痛;弄伤
Tell me where it hurts.
告诉我哪儿疼。
My head hurts.
我的头疼。
She says that her ear hurts her.
她说她的耳朵疼。
Emma hurt her back when she fell off her horse.
埃玛从马上摔下来,背部受了伤。
Several people were seriously/badly hurt in the explosion.
有数人在这次爆炸中受了重伤。
Pain and painful
to cause emotional pain to someone
(在精神上)伤害
She criticized my writing quite severely and that hurt.
她很严厉地批评了我写的东西,让我很伤心。
He was badly hurt by the end of his marriage.
婚姻的结束深深地伤害了他。
Making people sad, shocked and upset
to cause harm or difficulty
损害;给…带来困难
A lot of businesses are being hurt by the current high interest rates.
当前的高利率给很多企业造成了不利影响。
These allegations have seriously hurt her reputation.
这些指控严重损害了她的名声。
Hard work never hurt anyone (= does no one any harm).
努力工作绝不会对任何人有害。
informal One more drink won't hurt (= won't cause any harm).
多喝一杯不会有什么害处的。
Damaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishing
(Definition of hurt verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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